For that purpose, say the researchers, they took advantage of the blind spots
that occur naturally in our eyes where the optic nerve exits the retina, reports New Scientist magazine.
OUR EXPERT SAID: 'Gavin is clearly a very good driver but he didn't check his blind spot
and he wasn't quite parallel to the kerb.
Since the boy from Suita, Osaka Prefecture, was 117 centimeters tall, police suspect a motion detector in the door's ceiling was not set at its maximum range of 80 cm from the floor, and the blind spot
was not minimized.
not only provides a glimpse into the mind of a serial killer, it also provides insight into the life and challenges of a dyslexic person.
My comparison revealed that both vendors still have a curious blind spot
, at least as far as my needs are concerned, and that each has features the other would do well to add.
And, by the way, variations of the blind spot
exist in China, Taiwan, Japan and other countries.
Finally, the model divides altered states of consciousness into three stages: the perception of geometric shapes (which often shimmer or undulate next to an arc-shaped blind spot
in the visual field), an interpretation of the shapes as representative of actual objects or organisms, and-in the deepest stage of trance-a full-blown hallucination of an apparently real experience.
Unfortunately, the optics of a flat mirror also create a blind spot
, an area of limited vision around a vehicle that often leads to collisions during merges, lane changes, or turns.
It's the Holy Grail of blind spot
technology," he emphasizes.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Blind Spot
Detection (BSD) Systems in US$ Thousand.
Auto Business News-September 18, 2013--Mature Drivers honours Blind Spot
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The systems include three world premieres for this category of vehicle: Crosswind Assist, Collision Prevention Assist and Blind Spot