field of vision
field of vision
the entire view encompassed by the eye when it is trained in any particular direction.
She had precise knowledge of my field of vision and knew exactly when to strike.
As she tried to hold back another scream, her field of vision began to fade.
Optic nerve atrophy causes dimming of vision and reduction of the field of vision.
He simply had no visual awareness of things on the right side of his field of vision.
Parties and people-watching crowd the field of vision.
Approaching a blind curve, glance back, move across the road and run with traffic until reaching a normal field of vision.
Positive auras include bright or shimmering light or shapes at the edge of the field of vision called scintillating scotoma.
Optic nerve atrophy causes vision to dim and reduces the field of vision.
Each eye projects the left side of its field of vision to the right hemisphere, and the right side to the left hemisphere.
Thin frames deliver extraordinarily wide field of vision.
When hooked up to a video camera, he sees only shades of gray in a limited field of vision.
After every ten steps or so, the marines swivel round and walk backwards, giving themselves a maximum field of vision.
The combination of those two things creates an interesting field of vision for writers.
If their left field of vision was frosted, they went the same way.
Light sources started to leave smeary trails across my field of vision.
For each eye, the extent of the field of vision shall be determined by perimetric test methods.
Remember that the snow plow operators have a limited field of vision.