Blind spot can refer to:
Scotoma, an obscuration of the visual field
Optic disc, also known as the anatomical blind spot, the specific region of the retina where the optic nerve and blood vessels pass through to connect to the back of the eye
Blind spot (vision), also known as the physiological blind spot, the specific scotoma in the visual field that corresponds to the lack of light-detecting photoreceptor cells on the optic disc
Blind spot (automobile), areas of the road that cannot be seen while looking forward or through either the rear-view or side mirrors in an automobile
Blind spot (psychology), a subject about which one is prejudiced or ignorant
Antenna blind cone, a blind spot of the antenna
The Blind Spot" (1921), an early science fiction novel by Homer Eon Flint(1892-1924) and Austin Hall
*"Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary", the English title of "
Im toten Winkel" (2002)—an Austrian documentary about Traudl Junge, the last personal secretary of Adolf Hitler.
Blind Spot (1947 film)is a 1947 film noir
Blind Spot (1958 film)is a 1958 film.
Known Spaceuniverse of Larry Niven, the Blind Spot is the name for the effect an unshielded view of hyperspacehas on the human optic nerve.
*"Blind Spot" (2007), a walk-in, interactive installation that forces you to desert your expectations of the familiar when confronted with a variant reality created by Andrew Ohanesian and Tescia Seufferlein (http://www.englishkillsartgallery.com/)
Blindspott, a New Zealand band.
Blindspot, a fictional characterin the Marvel Comicsuniverse
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blind spot — blind spots 1) N COUNT If you say that someone has a blind spot about something, you mean that they seem to be unable to understand it or to see how important it is. British judges have a complete blind spot when confronted by evidence which… … English dictionary
Blind spot — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Blind Spot — est un téléfilm américain de Michael Toshiyuki Uno diffusé en 1993 aux États Unis. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 … Wikipédia en Français
blind spot — n 1.) something that you are unable or unwilling to understand ▪ I have a blind spot where computers are concerned. 2.) the part of the road that you cannot see when you are driving a car 3.) the point in your eye where the nerve enters, which is … Dictionary of contemporary English
blind spot — blind ,spot noun count 1. ) an area that you cannot see, especially in your mirror when you are driving 2. ) a subject that you do not understand well, often because you do not want to know or admit the truth about it: She s always had a blind… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
blind spot — 1864, spot within one s range of vision where yet one cannot see. Of flaws in the eye, from 1872; figurative sense in use by 1907 … Etymology dictionary
blind spot — blind′ spot n. 1) oph a small area of the retina, where it continues to the optic nerve, that is insensitive to light 2) an area about which one is uninformed or unappreciative • Etymology: 1860–65 … From formal English to slang
blind spot — ► NOUN 1) Anatomy the point of entry of the optic nerve on the retina, insensitive to light. 2) an area where a person s view is obstructed. 3) an area in which a person lacks understanding or impartiality. 4) a point within the normal range of a … English terms dictionary
blind spot — n. 1. the small area, insensitive to light, in the retina of the eye where the optic nerve enters 2. an area where vision is hindered or obscured 3. a prejudice, or area of ignorance, that one has but is often unaware of 4. an area where radio… … English World dictionary
blind spot — Also known as Mariotte s spot, physiological scotoma, physiological blind spot, and punctum caecum. All five terms are used to denote the physiological hole existing in each monocular field of vision that corresponds morphologically with the… … Dictionary of Hallucinations