noun, plural oc·u·li [ok-yuh-lahy] /ˈɒk yəˌlaɪ/.
- oculovertebral dysplasia,
- oda nobunaga
Origin of oculus
Examples from the Web for oculus
The Oculus Rift essentially tricks your brain into believing what it sees is real.
The Oculus Rift is a wearable headset that goes over the eyes like a clunky pair of scuba goggles.
This hidden Eden continues to baffle geologists with its oculus of volcanic stone.
This is important, because early VR headsets (including prototypes of the Oculus Rift) would make users feel motion sickness.
Many people heard about the Rift for the first time on March 25 when Oculus VR was purchased by the social network for $2 billion.
The round chapel to the left of the apse has a cupola with an oculus and a lantern at the top.
Oculus domini saginat equum—The master's eye makes the horse fat.
It opens to the nave, with two pointed arches with an oculus above.
Indeed, some say that the eye is so called from its swiftness (oculus a velocitate).On Prayer and The Contemplative Life|St. Thomas Aquinas
"an eye," plural oculi, 1857, from Latin oculus "an eye" (see eye (n.)).