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n. pl. fo·ve·ae (-vē-ē′)
1. A small cuplike depression or pit in a bone or organ.
2. The fovea centralis.

[Latin, small pit.]

fo′ve·al (-əl), fo′ve·ate′ (-āt′) adj.
fo′ve·i·form′ (-ə-fôrm′) adj.
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Qualcomm's standalone VR headset reference design based on Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR has some interesting new features such as foveated rendering, which combines graphics rendering with eye tracking to better gauge where the user is looking.
Can we do more optimized rendering for things like foveated rendering, [rendering] pixels where you need them and not where you don't, as opposed to brute-forcing it?
It can be used to direct visual search and foveated image video compression [4, 5] and robot localization [6, 7].
The fovea is the part of the eye responsible for sharp central vision (also called foveated vision).
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