vergence


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vergence

[′vər·jəns]
(geology)
The direction of overturning or of inclination of a fold.
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When an observer is looking at a natural scene, vergence and accommodation are always synchronised.
A thorough examination should be completed to include measurement of heterophoria/heterotopia (ocular alignment), vergence amplitudes and /or fixation disparity, near point of convergence, amplitudes of accommodation, accommodative facility, and assessment of saccadic function.
Vergence Naturals is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Abattis, based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Abattis has always seen Green Tree as a perfect fit to merge with existing products within our marketing wing in Vergence, stated Rob Abenante, President and CEO of Abattis.
Although their result indicated that the latency of P100 could reflect the visual fatigue by vergence eye movement, it was not a 3D-specific factor [15].
Vergence movements are produced when the eyes move through equal angles in opposite directions to bring the focal point of binocular gaze to different viewing distances in depth, by disjunctively rotating the eyes.
It is debated if in IXT the control of the deviation is mainly warranted by accommodation through the AC/A ratio or by fusional vergence through the CA/C ratio.
Power calculation for the phakic intraocular lens was performed using the modified vergence formula in the software provided by the manufacturer.
For an AR HUD, horizon line, velocity vector, synthetic or enhanced vision shall be displayed in conformity with the real world, without accommodation effort and vergence issues.
In contrast, the north-western/south-eastern folds to the north are associated with a complex structure developed in front of the Zagros Thrust Belt and were formed by the north-easterly vergence of the Arabian Plate against the Iranian (Asian) Plate.
vergence, where family & friends home for Iftar or Suhoor for example.