A standard test for peripheral vision
during a routine eye examination was to show lights of varying brightness at different points in a patient's visual field, and ask the patient to press a button if the light was seen.
All of the treatments may save existing vision, but they cannot restore or improve central or peripheral vision
Wynand Langenhoven, whos also the Chairman of SACIA, the South African association of the audio-visual (AV) industry, Peripheral Vision
is renowned across South-Africa for its in-house expertise in all aspects of AV applications.
However those patients, unlike Mr Flynn, had no peripheral vision
Liljenquist said that the phenomenon mirrors the animal kingdom: Predators have evolved to have an extremely narrow eye focus for tracking prey, but this compromises their peripheral vision
The practical skills are taught on a one-to-one basis free of charge and can help people to make better use of their remaining peripheral vision
, enabling them to complete tasks which were previously too difficult.
In Retinitis Pigmentosa, once the peripheral vision
is gone, it's gone.
When walking around, the bifocal portion stays out of the way and gives the wearer normal distance vision with peripheral vision
She proposes peripheral vision
as a response to arguments that migrants experience a "social death" when they migrate to a new place.
The sessions aim to help people make better use of their peripheral vision
through teaching eccentric viewing and steady eye techniques.
but more importantly strong stripes could be seen in more of the peripheral vision
Mind you, it has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with a woman's peripheral vision
being better than a bloke's; we're just wired that way.
The modification gives them better peripheral vision
and increases their field of view.
Visual Image processing consists of Color perception, Central Vision Processing and Peripheral Vision
They have great peripheral vision
, helping them to spot predators and warning them about sneak attacks.