interpupillary


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in·ter·pu·pil·lar·y

 (ĭn′tər-pyo͞o′pə-lĕr′ē)
adj.
Occurring between the pupils of the eyes: interpupillary distance.

interpupillary

(ˌɪntəˈpjuːpɪlərɪ)
adj
existing between the pupils of the eyes
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They might include such medical shorthand as DMARD (disease-modulating antirheumatic drug), or may vaguely represent plain English like ANED (alive, no evidence of disease), or have multiple meanings such as PD (Parkinson's disease, interpupillary distance, peritoneal dialysis).
Different intraand extra-oral landmarks used by clinicians to define the level of the occlusal plane include the upper lip, corners of mouth, lateral margins of tongue, Camper's plane and interpupillary line, the parotid papilla and the retromolar pad (RMP).
Adlens has also pointed out itself--an argument also raised by Professor Charman--that the mismatch between interpupillary distance and optical centre distance in the spectacles can create uncomfortable prismatic effects from prolonged wear.
com/h0x0d/status/701987243011911680) safety instructions explain that HoloLens was designed for use by people with an interpupillary distance of between 51 and 74, which normally includes adults and children over 13.
It has two dials on its side to individually adjust the focal length of the lens inside (near and far) and on top it comes with an interpupillary adjustable dial to move the two lenses left or right.
The next step was to find a set with an interpupillary distance (the space between our eyeballs) that fit both of us, her eyes being much closer together than mine.
The eyepieces are seated at a comfortable 45[degrees] viewing angle with an adjustable interpupillary distance range of 54 to 75 mm.
Spherical lens, cylindrical lens, axis, interpupillary distance (IPD), and vision in each tested eye of the same subject were measured by automatic optometry and comprehensive optometry, with repetition of all measurements in the menstrual cycle of the 2 [sup]nd or 3 [sup]rd days, 14 [sup]th days, and 28 [sup]th days, respectively.
For recording ear position, a line was drawn passing through the glabella parallel to the interpupillary line.
5) Various teams of researchers measured 16 standard anthropometric variables, including head circumference, Menton-Sellion length, maximum frontal diameter, bitemporal fossa diameter, bizgyomatic diameter (breadth), bigonial diameter, interpupillary distance, nasal root breadth, and nasal breadth.