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Focus, FOCUS, or foci may refer to:

Science, mathematics or computing[edit]

  • Focus or attention, selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things
  • Focus (computing), which of a number of GUI elements currently accepts keyboard input
  • Focus (optics), a point toward which light rays are made to converge
  • Focus (linguistics), the way information in one phrase relates to information that has come before
  • Focus (earthquake), an earthquake's underground point of origin or hypocenter
  • Epileptic focus
  • FOCUS, a database reporting program
  • HP FOCUS, a CPU architecture
  • Helicon Focus, an image software program
  • Focus (geometry), a key point in specifying a conic section or other plane curve
  • Samsung Focus, a smartphone manufactured by Samsung which runs Microsoft Windows Phone
  • Firefox Focus, a privacy-focused browser from Mozilla






Companies and organizations[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • AGM-87 Focus, a U.S. Navy air-to-surface missile
  • Focus Air [nl], a Pakistani airline founded in 2006
  • Focus Bikes, a German bicycle manufacturer
  • Ford Focus, an international Ford automobile
  • Focus (board game), an abstract strategy game
  • Focus group, a form of qualitative research in which a group of people are asked about their attitude towards a product, service, concept, advertisement, idea, or packaging
  • Focus mitt, a padded target attached to a glove and usually used in training boxers and other combat athletes
  • Operation Focus, the Israeli name for the attack against the Egyptian Air Force in the Six-Day War
  • Focus number system, a logarithmic number system proposed in 1977
  • Focus, in Final Fantasy XIII, a task given to L'Cie to grant eternal life upon completion, or the life of a mindless Cieth on failure
  • Fokus, a Danish political party
  • Focus Gwede (?–2011), head of the special branch of the Malawi Police Force

See also[edit]