center of vision

center of vision

A point representing the intersection of the central axis of vision and the picture plane in linear perspective drawing. See also: Perspective projection
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The light from the Sun can burn the retina, leading to permanent or long-term damage and blind spots in one's center of vision.
"Logistics is at the center of Vision 2030 as a way to cement the region's position at the crossroads of important international trade routes, between Asia, Europe and Africa and build a unique regional logistics hub.
Although it rarely results in complete blindness, it robs a person suffering from AMD of all but the outermost peripheral vision, leaving only images dim images or black holes at the center of vision.
Instead of a robust center of vision, Ignacius' brain had large lobes dedicated to smelling, the model suggests.
Symptoms include blurriness, distortion and a dark spot in the center of vision. Neovascular AMD does not affect peripheral vision, but it robs people of central vision--vital for reading, driving, walking or recognizing faces--and affects quality of life.
Close to 2 million Americans suffer from macular degeneration, which gradually blots out the center of vision, and 6 million more are considered at high risk for it.
In normal flight, you can usually avoid the threat of an in-flight collision by scanning an area 60 degrees to the left and right of your center of vision. But, this doesn't mean you should forget the rest of the sky.
I was losing peripheral vision, and I began to see charcoal-colored halos around my center of vision.
Away from the center of vision, the number of cones decreases, while the rods increase to a maximum about 20|degrees~ from the eye's optical axis, after which they too decrease.

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