|This page describes the Type functionality of the Vision
tab. Just like humans, a worker can see its environment. Worker vision can
be with both eyes or limited to only one eye.
|The Type options menu allows you to choose between five
different representations of vision. The vision window displays each vision
The five types of vision are:
The manikin's vision, like human vision, is made up of several different zones. One of these zones represents the vision of the two eyes.
Each eye has a field of view shaped like an ellipse. Binocular vision can be interpreted as the zone defined by the intersection of the two shapes that define the right and left monocular visions. It represents the area you can see with both right and left eyes (clear zone).
Ambinocular vision is defined as the zone represented by the union of two shapes which define the right and left monocular visions. It represents the entire field of vision that we can see with our eyes.
Right monocular vision represents the field of vision of the right eye only.
Left monocular vision represents the field of vision of the left eye only.
The vision of both left and right eyes in two distinct windows. Selecting the stereo type of vision activates both left and right lines of sight.