visual efficiency

vis·u·al ef·fi·cien·cy

a rating used in computing compensation for industrial ocular injuries, incorporating measurements of central acuity, visual field, and ocular motility.
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Visual acuity scores were then converted into visual efficiency scores for analysis (Snell-Sterling Visual-Efficiency Scale, n.
Fortunately, the owner installed blinds to block the daylight and shades to diffuse it, reducing the energy and cost savings, but improving the visual efficiency of the attractive space.
gt;>> Improved visual efficiency and clarity: The WebEdit toolbar has been reworked to allow for simple viewing of the process flow status on a single page.
Perhaps one of the most widely ignored topics in optometric practice is the impact of light on visual efficiency.
Amy Bradshaw's period-perfect costumes function with the same visual efficiency, capturing a cross-section of New York social classes with elegant silk frocks for Simon's snooty wife, smart day dresses (worn with seamed, shadow-heeled hose) for the working-gal secretaries, and babushkas and shawls for the frightened immigrant mothers whose sons have run afoul of the law.
Since that time, educators in the field of visual impairment have focused attention on improving visual efficiency.
Such specialized light filtering lenses will naturally provide enhanced visual efficiency and visual comfort for noncomputer related tasks.
There is less information on visual efficiency training for higher-functioning students in this chapter, but it is very thorough in its descriptions of the principles behind sensory development and how to facilitate sensory efficiency.
TM-24-13 introduces the Equivalent Visual Efficiency (EVE) method, which uses equivalent visual acuity as a baseline for determining light levels for Visually Demanding Tasks.
Everyday Activities to Promote Visual Efficiency (Trief & Shaw, 2009), focuses on vision activities for young children with visual impairment only.

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