Definition of Daylight vision

1. Noun. Normal vision in daylight; vision with sufficient illumination that the cones are active and hue is perceived.

Exact synonyms: Photopic Vision
Generic synonyms: Sight, Vision, Visual Modality, Visual Sense
Specialized synonyms: Foveal Vision



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daylight Vision

dayless
daylife
daylight
daylight-saving time
daylight-savings time
daylight-savings times
daylight overdraft
daylight overdrafts
daylight robberies
daylight robbery
daylight saving
daylight saving time
daylight saving times
daylight savings
daylight savings time
daylight vision (current term)
daylighted
daylighting
daylightings
daylights
daylike
daylilies
daylily
daylit
daylong
daymare
daymares
daymark
daymarks
daynt

Literary usage of Daylight vision

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1. A Text-book of psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"Colour equations made in daylight vision will hold in daylight vision : they cease to hold when we exchange this for twilight vision, or when in consequence ..."

2. Lectures: On Illuminating Engineering Delivered at the Johns Hopkins by Johns Hopkins University, Illuminating Engineering Society (1911)
"To get results we must go to one side or the other of the line— either provide enough light for daylight vision or, if we trust to twilight vision at all, ..."

3. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of Change (1992)
"If there is not enough light (without an auxiliary dive light) for daylight vision, many visual capabilities that we take for granted in air will be greatly ..."

4. The Art of Illumination by Louis Bell (1912)
"1 meter-candle, normal daylight vision, which is chiefly associated with the cones of the retina, is rapidly failing and throwing the burden of vision upon ..."

5. The Art of Illumination by Louis Bell (1912)
"1 meter-candle, normal daylight vision, which is chiefly associated with the cones of the retina, is rapidly failing and throwing the burden of vision upon ..."

6. The British Journal of Psychology by British Psychological Society (1913)
"Whether this extremely high threshold for yellow is due to some physiological effect of the well-known brightness of yellow in daylight vision, or whether ..."

7. Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology by John Broadus Watson (1914)
"Darkness-adaptation in birds with daylight vision.—In birds with twilight vision. —In fish.—In reptiles and in amphibia. III. ..."

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