monocular vision


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monocular vision

[mə′näk·yə·lər ′vizh·ən]
(medicine)
Sight with one eye.
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Games that incorporate reaching for objects teach the patients with monocular vision to keep moving their hands in a direct line toward the object until they connect to the object, such as a doorknob, a book on the shelf, a cup on the counter, or a friendly handshake [16].
Teaching mobility training to patients with monocular vision maximizes their reduced visual field by having them turn their heads to scan the area of loss more frequently and farther than was previously needed [16].
Mobileye is a technological leader in the area of advanced image sensing and processing technology for automotive applications, with a product offering covering the entire range of vision applications Mobileye's unique monocular vision platform works as a "third eye" to help drivers improve safety and avoid accidents, and has the potential to revolutionize the way we drive.
In addition to a Volkswagen Touareg R5 turbocharged powerplant and chassis, Stanley is powered by a cluster of six onboard Intel Pentium M computers that process information for five laser range finders, a radar system, monocular vision, GPS and an inertial measurement system.
An international supplier of key components in ITS (intelligent transportation systems), and the only ITS supplier with a product offering covering the entire range of vision applications, their unique monocular vision platform works as a "third eye" to help drivers improve safety and avoid accidents, and has the potential to revolutionize the way we drive.
The claim alleges that Northwest violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by refusing to hire an applicant with monocular vision for an aircraft cleaner position.
Forster and George Orwell and their monocular visions of the British Raj'.