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the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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Depth perception (DP): Kreczanski device is a wooden box without a cover and without the front table is placed the highest measurements 100 cm length, 40 cm display, 15 cm high.
The outcome showed several advantages over MRI and CT scans: its depth perception was at least 200u for bone tissue and 300u for soft tissue; the images could be prepared without digital reconstruction; the possibility of imaging in three dimensions - coronal, sagital and transverse section - was possible which is limited in CT scans; the time of imaging was shorter than that in MRI.
Shadows are thus invisible for the surgeon and depth perception will be hampered.
In ten illustrated chapters, international contributors review the development of binocular vision and eye movement control; clinical disorders that interfere with depth perception; new trends in 3D reconstruction models, e.g., the structure from motion method, to compute binocular vision parameters from image sequences; and new methodologies for assessing binocular vision disorders including congenital nystagmus.
4 The creatures are near-sighted and have poor depth perception. So they bob their heads up and down to help them take everything in.
It is affecting his depth perception and "makes the dark seem really, really dark".
The Swede has withdrawn after failing to beat the infection, which causes a lack of depth perception in his left eye.
Severe myopia, a lack of color and depth perception, and cone dystrophy conspired to rob her of her sight.
The higher contrast associated with WPT has been reported by SF operators to provide better discrimination between different luminosity levels (shades or levels of light), better overall detail and increased depth perception as compared with green phosphor NVG units.
Any activity requiring depth perception or eye-hand coordination such as, in order of importance, catching a football, making a 3-pointer in a basketball game, driving, riding a bike or pouring milk on cereal can be affected if you have problems seeing 3-D.
At 60 frames per second, it delivers detail, color accuracy, and depth perception of microscope images.
The new imaging capability can improve the early diagnosis of certain kinds of birth defects of the face and skull and improve surgeons' depth perception during ultrasound-guided medical procedures, including tumor biopsies and robot-assisted surgeries done through tiny keyhole incisions.