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field of view - The force of gravity, e.g. 9g = 9 x the force of gravity, about the limit of human endurance

Field of view. The solid angle through which an instrument is sensitive to radiation. Owing to various effects, diffractions, etc., the edges are not sharp. In practice they are defined as the 'half-power' points, that is, the angle outwards from the optical axis, at which the energy sensed by the radiometer drops to half its on-axis value.

Field of View. describes how large the virtual image can appear to be to the viewer and is measured in degrees. 50 degree FOV per eye is possible using OLED microdisplays.

Field of view. The full angular extent of the sky being viewed by an instrument.

Field of View -or- Field of Vision

Field Of View. The angular area which is visible from a point in space.

Field Of View (See also SFOV and RFOV). Size of an area being imaged.

Field of view. The maximum area that can be seen through an optical instrument.

The Field of View (FOV) of a coded-mask instrument is usually divided in two distinct parts: the Partially Coded FOV (PCFOV) and the Fully Coded FOV (FCFOV).

Field of View how much of the game world can be see at one time, either in the game or the camera window of the editor.

Field of view*. 35mm cameras produce rectangular pictures (36 x 24mm negatives) and therefore the field of view is greater for the longer dimension. Generally when someone refers ambiguously to the field of view of a 35mm image they are referring to the field of view along the longer of the two dimensions, regardless of which way up the camera was (portrait or landscape).

Field of View: the angle through which a sensing instrument is sensitive to radiation.

Field of View. This term generally refers to the perceived diagonal size of a display in degrees. It is an important attribute of any display as generally the larger FOV the display, the more immersive it is.

(abbreviation) A console command which allows the user to adjust the field of vision.

Field of View. The area visible through an optical device (the angular separation between opposite edges of the visual field).

See Field Of View.

Field of View. The width, height or diameter of a scene to be monitored. Usually determined by the focal length of a lens, the sensor format and the distance to the objects.

Field of View. The two dimensional area which can be seen through the optical imaging system. In the case of a zoom optical system, you have a varying field of view. At the highest magnification, you have a smaller field of view. At the lowest magnification, you have the largest field of view.

Field of View. The maximum view angle of a lens. The number supplied by a manufacturer is the Apparent FOV. The True FOV (or Actual FOV)is found by dividing the Apparent FOV by the magnification.

Field of View. The basic parameter in a video system, field of view defines the rectangular area of the viewed object that is displayed on the monitor. FOV depends on the angular magnification of the optics in front of the camera, and on the linear magnification, or ratio of monitor size to CCD format size. Magnification by itself is not a basic system parameter.

Field of View. The horizontal and vertical height of an image from the camera. The FOV is calculated based on, camera imager size, subject distance, and focal length of the lens.

Field Of View FWHM Full Width at Half Maximum

Field of View. The portion or area of sky that can be seen within a telescope/eyepiece.

Field of View. Generally associated with the ground resolution from the detector standard viewing location, field of view is the solid angle through which a detector observes radiation.

Field of View. The image area produced by any camera and lens combination (See focal length ) .

Field of View. This is the area of sky that you can see--basically everything above the horizon. Your FOV will be reduced by anything that obstructs the horizon, e.g. buildings, trees, mountains, etc.

Field of View. The total field, measured as an angle, within which objects viewed by a thermal imager. Narrower FOVs generate more life-size images and distances, while wider FOVs place more image on the display. The most common FOV for fire service TIs is about 50Âº.

acronym for Field of View. The FOV is the actual picture size (height and width) produced by a specific lens. Tables are available to calculate the proper image size, lens and distance combination needed to produce a desired field of view. In general short focal length lenses have wide fields of view. This is good for close-ups or for seeing a large area. Objects appear smaller, rapidly, as distance from the camera increases. As lens focal length increases, the field of view narrows and more distant objects are easier to define. Different lens (wide angle, telephoto, etc.) are used to increase or decrease the field of view.

Field of View. The amount of the scene visible to the camera, defined as the camera's aperture divided by its focal length. Wide-angle lenses have a large field of view, while telephoto has a small field of view.

Field of View. This term is used to describe the horizontal and vertical viewing area of a virtual panorama tour.

field of view. The maximum diameter of the reconstructed image.

Field of view. The diameter of view that you see when looking into a microscope. Typically you will see 4.5mm at 40X, 1.8mm at 100X, and 0.45mm at 400X.

Field of View. The total field measured in angle within which objects can be imaged or measured and displayed by an infrared system.

Acronym for Field of View. The area of object space imaged at the focal plane of a camera.

Abbreviation for field of view.

Field of View. A telescope's viewing area, measured in degrees, arc minutes, or arc seconds. A telescope that can just fit the full moon into its complete viewing area has a field of view of roughly 30 arc minutes.

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ield- iew - The angle from the source included in an image.

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