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monocular

 [mon-ok´u-ler]
1. pertaining to one eye.
2. having but one eyepiece, as in a microscope.

mon·oc·u·lar

(mon-ok'yū-lăr),
Relating to, affecting, or visible by one eye only.
[mono- + L. oculus, eye]

monocular

(mŏ-nŏk′yə-lər, mə-)
adj.
1. Having or relating to one eye.
2. Of, relating to, or intended for use by only one eye: a monocular microscope.

mo·noc′u·lar·ly adv.

mon·oc·u·lar

(mon-ok'yū-lăr)
Relating to, affecting, or visible by one eye only.
[mono- + L. oculus, eye]

monocular

Pertaining to one eye. Syn. uniocular.
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This mount allows it to be mounted alongside a PVS-14 night-vision monocular. Mounted together, you've got quite the system with a thermal over one eye and night vision over the other.
Refractive changes while switching from monocular to binocular viewing conditions were recorded.
IIH is characterized by headache, tinnitus, and visual disturbance including papilledema, visual field changes.[sup][1] The recurrent stereotyped episodes of monocular blindness had never been reported in IIH before.
Binocular contrast sensitivity measurements were better than monocular contrast sensitivity measurements in all conditions and spatial frequencies.
The postoperative measurements included noncycloplegic subjective refraction, photopic and mesopic pupillary sizes, monocular and binocular uncorrected distance VA (UDVA), CDVA, uncorrected intermediate VA (UIVA) (67 cm), distance-corrected intermediate VA (DCIVA) (67 cm), uncorrected near VA (UNVA) (30 cm), distance-corrected near VA (DCNVA) (30 cm), and CS at spatial frequencies of 3, 6, 12, and 18 cycles per degree (cpd).
In this paper, we introduce a distributed framework for monocular visual SLAM agents with no prior knowledge of their relative positions.
Lunghi, "Short-term monocular deprivation enhances physiological pupillary oscillations," Neural Plasticity, vol.
As temporary, monocular vision loss can be attributed to blood vessel clots among other things, Moorfields Eye Hospital researcher, Dr Gordon Plant, stressed the importance of practitioners taking a detailed history of the patient's symptoms.
These are broadly divided into two groups: 'monocular' which depend on differences in size, angle, gradient, intensity, obscuration and motion of the image falling on a retina and 'binocular' which tend to use differences in blur and position between the eyes' two lens systems.
The equipment consists of a night vision monocular that can be mounted on a helmet or weapon, an infrared aiming device, and a laser zeroing device for calibrating the aiming devices.
The 8x22mm monocular brings you closer to the action or the view and makes it ideal for hiking, traveling, sporting events, concerts or the theater.