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Consequently, if patients with monocular vision note that they often lose their place while reading, various eye movements are tested for evaluating the efficient use of their eye, including monocular saccades, pursuits, and near-to-far accommodation.
Animals that are preyed upon, like antelope, usually have monocular vision.
Amblyopia, commonly known as "lazy eye", is the leading cause of monocular vision loss in the 20+ age range.
QuadEye[TM] provides a central 40x binocular field of view plus monocular vision of an additional 30x to either side.
As insufficient distance between vehicles traveling on a road is a major source of rear-end accidents on Southern California's freeways, Mobileye's headway technology uses monocular vision for vehicle detection and range measurement, and also applies lane analysis in order to measure road geometry and curvature to determine the CIPV (Closest In Path Vehicle).
To drive safely at race-winning speeds, Stanley will constantly gather information about what's ahead from radar, stereo and monocular vision, and an array of four lasers.
Mobileye is a technological leader in the area of advanced image sensing and processing technology for automotive applications, with a product offering covering the entire range of vision applications Mobileye s unique monocular vision platform works as a third eye to help drivers improve safety and avoid accidents, and has the potential to revolutionize the way we drive.