distance vision


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n distance vision vision for objects that a 20 feet or more from the viewer
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In literature:

With the potent vision of his black and eyeless sockets, for which there was neither distance nor obstacle, he gazed upon the entire world.
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
In an angle of this lofty room, at some distance, but not out of the range of clear vision, stood, motionless as a statue, the slave Hakem.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 361, November, 1845." by Various
But there was no gold there, and no visions of gold in the distance.
"Ferdinand De Soto, The Discoverer of the Mississippi" by John S. C. Abbott
Another question often raised is as to whether, in the action of psychic vision, there is any limitation as to distance.
"Clairvoyance" by Charles Webster Leadbeater
The Duke sat watching after her, the train reducing the distance like a vision that melts out of the heart with a sigh.
"The Duke Of Chimney Butte" by G. W. Ogden
At a distance of twenty-five feet every object would quadruple to my vision.
"The Story of a Strange Career" by Anonymous
I hoped and feared with her, and perhaps more than she, for loneliness and distance distorted the visions of my imagination.
"The Wish" by Hermann Sudermann
The third was written as they neared Washington, with the dim vision of the great monument dawning on her wondering sight in the distance.
"The Enchanted Barn" by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
Ever and anon from out the misty distance loomed visions reflected in the surface of the madly rushing waters.
"The Green Book" by Mór Jókai
Standing opposite him in the dim light, and at no great distance, appeared the vision of a perfectly beautiful girl.
"Menotah" by Ernest G. Henham

In poetry:

When your vision met no resistance
And nothing to stop your gaze,
Till the mountain peaks in the distance
Stood wrapped in a purple haze.
"The Time to Decide" by Bruce Kiskaddon
Ah! you speak but as the vulgar:
Is it not the bliss of blisses
To adore some lovely being
In the ideal, in the distance,
Almost as a vision?--
"The Two Lovers Of Heaven: Chrysanthus And Daria - Act I" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
O it would have been good
Could he then have stood
At a focussed distance, and conned the whole,
But now such vision
Is mere derision,
Nor soothes his body nor saves his soul.
"Self- Unconscious" by Thomas Hardy

In news:

The effect, exaggerated here, causes a smearing of the edges of letters or the small details of distance vision through the lens periphery.
High-quality vision for near, far and intermediate distances, day or night.
Depth estimation in computer vision and robotics is most commonly done via stereo vision (stereopsis), in which images from two cameras are used to triangulate and estimate distances.
Night vision technology allows you to clearly distinguish objects at night, even at distances of up to several hundred yards, in the absence of artificial light.
A former Marine who was blinded in a random drive-by shooting says he's guided by God's vision when he runs long-distance races.
Even at retirement age, I still wasn't wearing eye glasses for reading purposes, nor were they necessary for distance vision.
20/20 vision is a term used to express normal visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 20 feet.

In science:

In the context of vision, a successful technique has been proposed by Zhang et al (2006), which involves a “refinement” step at classification time, without relying on explicitely learning the distance metric.
Boosting k-NN for categorization of natural scenes
A popular vision of con finement is ba sed on the idea that two color charges at large distances R form a flux tube, i.e. a string like, one-dimensional object with an energy V (R) ∼ sR.
QCD, hadrons and beyond
Looking at a plot of these edit distances over time will give any human eye a clear vision of this notion of semantic stability.
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