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the condition of being aware

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

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The Olympus HD 3 D system brings value to those surgeons that need the precision, resolution, and depth perception of 3-D without the substantial capital investment and annual maintenance expenses associated with alternatives such as robotic technology," said Luke Calcraft, president of the Medical Systems Group at Olympus Corporation of the Americas.
Shadows are thus invisible for the surgeon and depth perception will be hampered.
At MVP, that will be done through the use of Dynavision electronic boards designed to improve hand-eye coordination, depth perception, reaction time and peripheral awareness, among other things.
Binocular vision; development, depth perception, and disorders.
4:00 FACTORS AFFECTING DEPTH PERCEPTION IN HUMANS, Minh N.
4 The creatures are near-sighted and have poor depth perception.
It is affecting his depth perception and "makes the dark seem really, really dark".
The Swede has withdrawn after failing to beat the infection, which causes a lack of depth perception in his left eye.
The higher contrast associated with WPT has been reported by SF operators to provide better discrimination between different luminosity levels (shades or levels of light), better overall detail and increased depth perception as compared with green phosphor NVG units.
Any activity requiring depth perception or eye-hand coordination such as, in order of importance, catching a football, making a 3-pointer in a basketball game, driving, riding a bike or pouring milk on cereal can be affected if you have problems seeing 3-D.
The new imaging capability can improve the early diagnosis of certain kinds of birth defects of the face and skull and improve surgeons' depth perception during ultrasound-guided medical procedures, including tumor biopsies and robot-assisted surgeries done through tiny keyhole incisions.
The new imaging capacity can improve the early diagnosis of certain types of birth defects of the face and skull and improve surgeons' depth perception during ultrasound-guided medical procedures, including tumor biopsies and robot assisted surgeries done through tiny "keyhole" incisions.
From this loss, patients will experience sudden loss of depth perception, decrease of visual field and, most frequently, depression.
This use of abstract flaming implies a contrast between youth and age, and adds a sense of depth perception within this confined space.
Planar's 23-inch widescreen SD2320W is an advanced 3D stereoscopic LCD specifically designed for applications, such as mammography, where a high degree of depth perception and stereo contrast can be especially useful.