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the faculty of seeing

unusual or creative discernment or perception

something that is foretold by or as if by supernatural means

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The Artificial Vision System(AVS) would provide an automated, real time audible/visual prioritized threat alerting capability to warfighter with only local control.
A computerised artificial vision system dubbed GOLD, for Generic Obstacle and Lane Detector, analysed the information from the sensors and automatically adjusted the vehicles' speed and direction.
which specializes in the research and development of Artificial Vision technologies for consumer, industrial, medical, defense and scientific applications, knew that Avnet Electronics Marketing, an operating group of Avnet, Inc.
We will accomplish this by exposing the students to a host of cutting-edge techniques and a broad spectrum of research approaches within the training network from imaging at synaptic resolution, transgenetics and retina degeneration models to the application of retinal circuit principles for signal processing in artificial vision chips.
The research team led by professor Eduardo Ros Vidal from Department of Computer Architecture and Technology of the University of Granada (Spain) has developed a system of artificial vision (analysis of the scenario) in an only chip.
Coupled with advances in artificial vision, the possibilities are endless in terms of wearable applications, augmented reality, surveillance, ambient-assisted living, etc.
They say that this is especially true in the fledgling field of artificial vision, whether robotic or prosthetic.
This is the first time in the history of the development of artificial vision that completely wireless transmission of data and energy into an implant in the eye of long-time blind persons has resulted in pattern recognition.
Indeed, this segment is unable to fully benefit from the industrial technologieslike automation and artificial vision - already used in other segments - to increase the productivity, the quality and the safetyof the final product as well as working conditions.
Achieving such an invariant representation of the visual world is an extremely challenging computational problem that even the most advanced artificial vision systems are not fully able to solve.
Indeed, development of a wireless visual prosthesis that could be implanted permanently with good results is the 'Holy Grail' of artificial vision," added Mr.
A prosthetic ankle with an artificial vision system is being developed by a mechanical engineer and his team at Michigan Technical University.