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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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TNVC/PVS-14, PVS-14 Adapter (J-Arm)- Color-Matched to Monocular,
When a person wears the Digital Crosshairs I-Targeting Monocular, they have visibility around them with one eye and see the crosshairs of their scope with the other eye.
The HD Video Recording Monocular has a coated BK-7 glass lens and roof prism that deliver sharp 8X optical magnification with a 100' field of view at 1,000 yards.
Infantile esotropia syndrome and monocular OKN asymmetry
Jupiter was some three or four degrees due west of the Moon and again using the Moon as a guide, I turned my monocular towards it.
It comes with a separate quickdetach mounting base and a riser and can be used alone as a handheld monocular or on a firearm as a magnifier, co-witnessing with dot sights.
The underlying technology uses state-of-the-art research on pattern recognition where the monocular camera scans the image feed looking for licensed vehicles by matching areas of interest to a library of templates that were learned over millions of kilometers during system development.
2002) studied for instance the role of binocular vision in six participants when walking along a pathway and stepping over an obstacle under three vision conditions: (1) binocular vision throughout the trial, (2) binocular vision at the beginning of the trial, and (3) monocular vision throughout the trial.
Whoever sees the Shawwal crescent with the naked eye or through a telescope, binoculars or monocular should report to the nearest court or the region's governorate if there is no court in the area and register his testimony, the Supreme Court said in a statement.
ATN offers white phosphor systems that include the ATN PVS14/6015 tactical monocular, ATN NVM-14-WPT multi-functional pocket scope/goggle, Mars4- and Mars6-WPT weapon sights (Mars4 shown) and the Fiitsl4-WPT, where WPT is fused with thermal imaging.
There are two types of double vision, monocular and binocular.
The AN/PVS-14 Monocular Night Vision Device (MNVD) is a helmet-mounted device used by the soldier to amplify ambient light.