interocular distance


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interocular distance

The distance between the centers of rotation of the eyeballs of an individual or between the oculars of optical instruments.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Small eyes that in the frontal view present a smaller width than the interocular distance. Presence of papilla in FIII and absence of papillae in FXI.
Total length: 0.23 [+ o -] 0.02; width across eyes: 0.3 [+ o -] 0.02; interocular distance: 0.24 [+ o -] 0.02.
SN Facial linear distances Landmarks 1 Special head height v-en 2 Special face height en-gn 3 Forehead height II tr-n 4 Nose length n-sn 5 Lower face height sn-gn 6 Height of calva v-tr 7 Forehead height I tr-g 8 Special upper face height I g-sn 9 Interocular distance en-en 10 Nasal width al-al 11 Upper facial width zy-zy 12 Mouth width ch-ch 13 Orbital length ex-en TABLE 3: Nine neoclassical canon facial proportions and their variations.
For all of the training samples for individual facial parts, we rescale the images so that the faces have an interocular distance of roughly 55 pixels.
0.50 (0.45-0.50) II 0.90 (0.89-0.90) III 1.2 (0.95-1.2) IV 1.45 (1.25-1.45) V 1.8 (1.5-1.8), antennal formula 1 less than 2 less than 3 less than 4 less than 5; labium just reaching hind coxae, second longest, fourth shortest, length of segments I 0.8 (0.7-0.8) II 1.2 (1.1-1.2) III 1.1 (0.9-1.1) IV 0.70; labial formula 4 less than 1 less than 3 less than 2 anteocular distance 0.75 (0.65-0.8), remainder of head 1.0 (0.9-1.05), width of head 2.25 (2.25-2.4); interocular distance 1.25 (1.25-1.40); interocellar distance 0.75 (0.75-0.85).
MORPHOMETRICS: Measurements were taken using a digital micrometer and recorded with Winwedge software (www.winwedge.com) for the following body parts: body length, clypeus to cuneus length, head width, interocular distance, length of antennal segments I and II, pronotum length and width.
After collection, fish were evaluated for sex, total length, total weight, widest head width, interocular distance, gonadosomatic index, gonad weight, egg count, tubercle count, and tubercle score.
"With controls for interocular distance and convergence between the virtual cameras in the graphics scene, graphics can be placed anywhere in 3D space, and graphic objects appear remarkably real."
BL, body length; HW, head width; IOD, interocular distance; PL, pronotum length; PW, pronotum width; HFL, hind femora length; HTL, hind tibia length; OL, ovipositor length.