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EyeSight

(1) For Apple webcams, see iSight.

(2) Safety systems built into Subaru automobiles starting with the 2008 models. EyeSight features include adaptive cruise control (ACC), collision avoidance and lane departure. See automotive safety systems.
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After three visits to the hospital, the doctors today told me that I lost my eyesight completely and they could do nothing to restore it,' Zubair, an elderly resident of Faazal Baig Matta, told this scribe.
The Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency said: "All drivers must meet the eyesight standard at all times while driving."
The actress added: "Just pray for your health and strength, hearing and eyesight, and an active mind."
On the outside, the base-model 2.0i-L gets halogen daytime running lights and 225/60R17 tires, while the 2.0i-L EyeSight and 2.0i-S EyeSight are equipped with LED daytime running lights and larger 225/55R18 tires.
The partners will produce an aftermarket Driver Monitoring System using Eyesight's camera and Computer Vision AI that will be part of Exsun market leading fleet management and telematics systems.
'I love her courage and service to the community even after the set back of losing eyesight. We wish her long life,' a reader Docotolo commented on the Star website.
More commonly known as RVO 2.0, the device is surgically implanted in the eyes to improve eyesight -- serving as an alternative to glasses and contact lenses.
EyeSight uses two stereo cameras to capture three-dimensional colour images with excellent image recognition, and, say Subaru, is nearly as capable as the human eye.
It's reckoned there are 2900 casualties per year in the UK due to drivers with bad eyesight. It costs an estimated PS33million in insurance payouts, emergency services, repairs and NHS healthcare.
The incident comes as three police forces in the country -Hampshire, Thames Valley and the West Midlands - vow to carry out eyesight checks "at every opportunity".
The driver, a 72-year-old man, had been told by two opticians that his eyesight was so poor that he wasn't safe to drive.
The campaign is reminding the public that they can check that their eyesight meets the national standards for driving by taking the 20-metres test.