monocular vision

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vision with only one eye

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D'Amico, "Comparative assessment of techniques for initial pose estimation using monocular vision," Acta Astronautica, vol.
Argumentation about the discordance of binocular vision and monocular vision. Chin J Pract Ophthalmol 2008;26:378-9.
Although, amblyopia is the most common cause of monocular vision loss in population under 40 years, accounting for more cases than trauma and all other causes combined there is only few study which reflects the ocular morbidity in our country.
Since only monocular visual perception is used in our project, this section will mainly refer to studies using monocular vision for on-road vehicle detection.
Recently, it has been shown that the monocular vision in adults with amblyopia can be improved after a 10 min application of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation to the visual cortex, suggesting that a significant part of the monocular vision loss might be suppressive in nature [6].
Meanwhile, by using monocular vision, the processing speed of our method is much faster than Southall's.
The eye screening is particularly useful for early diagnosis of Monocular Vision, which sufferers are often unaware of until they watch a 3D movie.
The eye-screening is particularly useful for early diagnosis of Monocular Vision, which sufferers are often unaware of until they watch a 3D movie, according to a media statement.
As illustrated in Figures 12,13, and 14, our monocular vision SLAM correctly locates and associates landmarks to the real world.
Kwarteng and Paxman should not raid the specialist literature for examples of events and behaviours which support their mostly negative understandings of the imperial past but it leads to a monocular vision.
The only limitations we have found are the need to adapt to monocular vision, with some operators preferring to close one eye, and an inability to demonstrate information on the screen when teaching a proceduralist.
(2002) studied for instance the role of binocular vision in six participants when walking along a pathway and stepping over an obstacle under three vision conditions: (1) binocular vision throughout the trial, (2) binocular vision at the beginning of the trial, and (3) monocular vision throughout the trial.