Both types of vision are important for clear sight, but central vision is more important than peripheral vision
for day-to-day functioning.
It's a coincidence because he has worn our colours on only one previous occasion - the day Peripheral Vision
won her hurdle.
7[degrees] vertically respectively in foveal vision, parafoveal vision, and peripheral vision
The peripheral vision
is less acute, but very sensitive to movement and immediately sorts out the high contrast, repeating shapes of the sights and sends the brain the signal everything is lined up.
It's easy to ignore subtle signals which indicate change, future trends, and problems: PERIPHERAL VISION
outlines such signals and how to recognize them as opportunities for advancement, offering five steps for improving such vision and broadening organizational flexibility.
: Detecting the weak signals that will make or break your company suggests that all companies have to check their peripheral vision
, and improve it to broaden the organizational vision.
Though the driver should see the lights only if he is looking at the mirror, those with good peripheral vision
will notice them, but not be distracted by their presence, if looking ahead.
an eye chart test to evaluate your distance vision; a tonometer test, in which a special instrument is used to measure the pressure inside your eye; and a visual field test to measure your side, or peripheral, vision (loss of peripheral vision
is a sign of glaucoma).
In their book, they describe a systematic process for developing peripheral vision
and offer tools and strategies for building "vigilant organizations" that are constantly attuned to changes in the environment.
The Megaview Loupe and THR Megaview Pro Lighted Loupe allow peripheral vision
and has interchangeable lenses that flip up when no magnification is needed.
As the condition worsens there is a gradual loss of peripheral vision
and night blindness.
In order to stay in unison without music they worked with peripheral vision
and deep muscle memory.