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fisheye

[′fish‚ī]
(materials)
A small globular mass which has not blended completely into the surrounding material and is particularly evident in a transparent or translucent material, such as a plastic coating or surface coating.
(metallurgy)

fisheye

In plastering, a spot in the finish coat approximately ¼ in. (6.4 mm) in diameter, caused by lumpy lime.
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The nitrided steel specimens, because of the hard nitride case and high near-surface compressive residual stresses, failed due to a fish-eye type of fracture that originated at internal nonmetallic inclusions and tended to grow under opening mode I, regardless of the loading regime.
Fish-eye cameras are designed to map the whole hemispherical field in front of the camera thus fisheye lenses mostly obey one of the following projection models (Fig.
And its 25-year-old creator, who is billing the device as the world's first-ever digital fish-eye lens, added he only came up with the invention because he could not afford to buy new equipment for his current camera.
Fish-eye lens: The angler is Mail photographer John Randle, dressed for the part and about to "land" his 35mm Nikon motor drive camera, with a fish-eye lens.
Their underwater camera gives you a fish-eye view of the Fish Forest, taking in tropical displays including piranhas and seahorses.
But Flickr regular Charlie Charlton's fish-eye lens series has the power to startle.
The advanced lens design reduces the fish-eye distortion typical of extreme wide-angle lenses.
HSBC and the police installed the fish-eye mirror so users could see anyone lurking behind them after a rise in cashpoint fraud.
Plenty of time for another bit of cake, they thought as they talked to each other endlessly about fish-eye lenses and high-speed motor drives.
Features include a custom fish-eye lens creating small bright stars that remain spherical right down to the horizon.
The disorientation is heightened by druggily saturated, overheated color and fish-eye anamorphoses that bring close closer and push distance farther away.