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field of view

noun, Optics.
1.
field (def 13).
Origin
1805-1815
1805-15
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Examples for field of view
  • We humans have stereo-vision, and a relatively narrow field of view.
  • Another is the trade off between a telescope's field of view and its magnification.
  • But they sharpen only a small portion of the telescope's field of view.
  • In those cases, the brightness needs to fill my entire field of view.
  • The authors then presented a second looming dot, this time outside the field of view of the neurons they were studying.
  • Tom's laterally positioned eyes give him a broader field of view.
  • Not far from that bright star, my telescope stops as a soft, fuzzy patch of light enters the field of view.
  • Students are used to being expected to rebel and to protest and to question everything that comes into their field of view.
  • First it scans a field of view for shapes that could be faces.
  • The rockets trailed wires behind them to direct the lightning through the camera's field of view.

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