What is FOV charge?

Printable Version Freight on Value (FOV) Own Risk: Transit insurance is taken by the Shipper to protect against any loss, damage or pilferage during transit of the shipment. Our responsibility is limited to issuing a Certificate of Facts in the event of loss.
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What is a human's field of view?

For example, binocular vision, which is the basis for stereopsis and is important for depth perception, covers 114 degrees (horizontally) of the visual field in humans; the remaining peripheral 40 degrees on each side have no binocular vision (because only one eye can see those parts of the visual field).
  • What does FOV stand for in it?

    field of vision
  • How far can the human eye see another person?

    The Earth's surface curves out of sight at a distance of 3.1 miles, or 5 kilometers. But our visual acuity extends far beyond the horizon. If Earth were flat, or if you were standing atop a mountain surveying a larger-than-usual patch of the planet, you could perceive bright lights hundreds of miles distant.
  • How small human eye can see?

    As the image sent to the eye by way of the lens increases, you see an object more easily, even though its physical size has not changed. Experts believe that the naked eye — a normal eye with regular vision and unaided by any other tools — can see objects as small as about 0.1 millimeters.

Updated: 24th September 2018

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