eye scanning

eye scanning

[′ī ‚skan·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Scanning of the visual field by moving the eyeballs without rotation of the head.
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But there is one charming bird: it is a small, snow-white tern, which smoothly hovers at the distance of a few feet above one's head, its large black eye scanning, with quiet curiosity, your expression.
MULTAN -- Solid Waste Management Company (MWMC) Managing Director Imran Noor Monday made operational a modern eye scanning attendance system to improve cleanliness situation in the city.
Another study demonstrated that a fluorescent ligand eye scanning (FLES) system could be used to Find beta-amyloid plaque in the eye's lens.
Reported features of the flagship phone include 2K display, 1440x2560 pixels (QHD), eye scanning sensor and 2900mAh battery.
Lead researcher, Dr William Seiple, and co-authors concluded: "Our report gives hope that eye movement control training and training of allocation of attention could improve face perception and eye scanning behaviour in individuals with AMD.
Millions of Africans living illegally in America are the target of an overhaul of immigration laws that will ensure all non-US citizens are verified as legal residents or visitors, through identity verification by fingerprinting or eye scanning.
WEST BOYLSTON - Eye scanning technology could be the identification tool of the future, and the Worcester County sheriff's office has taken a lead role in considering the technology for use in identifying missing children, or elderly people struggling with dementia.
Youngsters also believe that eye scanning will take the place of the morning register.
Youngsters also believe eye scanning will take the place of morning register.
Even so, it's the mystery that makes me keep one eye on the road and one eye scanning pastures and hedgerows for lost iron.
Eye scanning, voiceprint recognition, and thermal imaging, once considered only far-fetched technology in sci-fi flicks, are becoming part of today's reality.