stereovision


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ster·e·o·vi·sion

 (stĕr′ē-ō-vĭzh′ən, stîr′-)
n.
Visual perception of or exhibition in three dimensions.

stereovision

(ˈstɛrɪəʊˌvɪʒən; ˈstɪər-)
n
(General Physics) the perception or exhibition of three-dimensional objects in three dimensions
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StereoVision Imaging has closed on a financing package with a provider of structured debt products to technology and life science firms.
Washington, July 12 (ANI): With the help of an owl model, a new research study has revealed the advantage of stereopsis, commonly referred to as stereovision, is its ability to discriminate between objects and background, and not in perceiving absolute depth.
Stereovision is one of the main technologies for future techniques, from mobile robots to intelligent vehicles.
At age 48, however, she gained stereovision for the first time.
The book has been very well received in the scientific and neurobiological circles and as an example here is a comment from the Nobel Prize winner David Hubel on the cover: "It had been widely thought that an adult, crass-eyed since infancy, could never acquire stereovision, but to everyone's surprise Barry succeeded.
Simplifying and enhancing the 3D photo capturing process, Stereovision Imaging introduces its 3D VuCAM(TM) to the market.
A new detection system using computerized stereovision promises greater pedestrian safety in the years ahead.
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A stereovision camera is a vision sensor consisting of two (sometimes more than two) identical cameras geometrically arranged parallel to each other.
New Boon Edam StereoVision technology allows businesses to detect piggybacking at high-security entrances.
In addition to simulating various virtual perspectives, the computers behind some CAVEs can create an illusion of stereovision (SN: 11/12/94, p.
SCIENTISTS are to use stereovision technology in a bid to improve rail safety.