"20/20 vision" is a term for visual acuity. The Numerator (the top of the fraction) refers to distance and the Denominator (the bottom of the fraction) refers to size. Since the standard distance of the chart is 20 feet which is equivalent to 6 meters the term 2020 Vision or Vision 2020 refers to the ability to see a certain size letter at a certain distance from the eye. In this case size a size 20 Letter at 20 feet. The term ""6/6 vision"" is used as the meter equivalent.
Projects and ongoing events
- 2020 Vision Campaign for Peace in 2003 seeking a nuclear-weapon-free world
- 2020 Vision Initiative - Launched by the International Food Policy Research Institute in 1993 seeking to reach sustainable food security for the world
- Vision 2020 for Science, the improvement of Roper Mountain Science Center to a state-of-the-art facility.
- India Vision 2020, a programme to transform India into a developed nation
- Vision 2020 (Rwanda), a development programme in Rwanda
- Joint Vision 2020 - A document released on May 30, 2000, by the United States Department of Defense proclaiming the need for "full-spectrum dominance" on the battlefield
- Croydon Vision 2020 - A regeneration programme by the London Borough of Croydon aimed to highlight the centre of Croydon in its bid to become 'London's Third City'
- Wawasan 2020, also known as "Vision 2020" - Malaysia's vision as set in 1991 by then Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad to become a self-sufficient industrial, developed nation
- Australia 2020 Summit - A convention, led by then recently elected Australian prime minister, Kevin Rudd, which was held on 19–20 April 2008 in Canberra, Australia. It was preceded by an Australia 2020 Youth Summit.
- VISION 2020: The Right to Sight - The WHO - IAPB Global Initiative to Eliminate Avoidable Blindness
- 2020 Visions - A 1997–1998 comic book series by Jamie Delano on the Vertigo Comics label
- 20/20 Vision (album) - A 1976 country album by Ronnie Milsap
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