I. Conclusion

  1. Vision
    1. Vision actively seeks information and organizes the input to make sense of it
      1. Incomplete information is formed into a coherent pattern
      2. Pattern perceived is simplest and most stable interpretation
      3. It might not be accurate
    2. The visual system adjusts to current situation
      1. allows us to operate over larger range of conditions
      2. may obscure changes in imaging system that are important
    3. Restricted field of view limits ability for deciphering ambiguous stimuli
      1. Limits contextual stimuli
      2. Limits range of motion that can be used to disambiguate stimuli
  2. Devices
    1. Develop standards for calibration
      1. Get imaging system into standard setting ready to use
    2. Develop standard procedures for use
      1. Get environment into standard conditions


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