foveal vision


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Noun1.foveal vision - vision with the fovea
daylight vision, photopic vision - normal vision in daylight; vision with sufficient illumination that the cones are active and hue is perceived
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The emphasis on foveal vision is known as cortical magnification or M-scaling, (9-10) a concept that is demonstrated in Figure 1, where a physically small area of retina (the fovea) is represented on a much greater scale within the primary visual cortex.
Since, currently it is an all or nothing consideration of cones and foveal vision, on the surface, it sounds like a good thing.
Panchuk and Vickers (2009) suggested that determining the extent to which participants picked-up peripheral target information was not possible because the eye-tracking technology is limited to measuring foveal vision.
Excessive tension of those muscles perpetuates an elongated shape of the eyeballs, interfering with natural focal length and disturbing optimal foveal vision, a very common characteristic of the myopic eye.