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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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Tender notice number : E-1579 /HBPCL/PC/ Monocular Microscope/2019-20
Officially designated "Breach PTQ136," it is one the most rugged, compact and lightest FLIR thermal-imaging monocular currently available.
The professor said: "The weight of converging evidence suggests that Leonardo had intermittent exotropia, with a resulting ability to switch to monocular vision.
The FLIR Breach[R] mini thermal monocular is available through established FLIR dealers in the United States, starting at $2,495.
Measurements were made under both monocular and binocular viewing conditions, without spectacle correction.
When the patient was recovered from anesthesia, the symptom of recurrent stereotyped episodes of monocular blindness dramatically disappeared completely.
Binocular measurements were better than monocular, and mesopic measurements were better than photopic measurements at all spatial frequencies.
In those studies, the monocular visual acuity (VA) was often the only main outcome measure to reflect the MIOL performance clinically.
In the article titled "Mobile Robot Simultaneous Localization and Mapping Based on a Monocular Camera" [1], there were errors in (7), (8), (9), (14), (16), (18), and (19), which should be corrected as follows:
For visual SLAM, three main types of cameras are used: monocular, stereo, and RGBD.
In the article titled "Short-Term Monocular Deprivation Enhances Physiological Pupillary Oscillations" [1], an acknowledgement should be added as follows.