A program often used by PC gamers in first-person shooters to increase their field-of-view, likening the perspective more closely to a real person's FOV that is equal to 180 degrees. Most PC gamers cannot stand the standard, locked, and unrealistically small FOV of 65 degrees found on consoles. Consoles are locked at 65 degrees to decrease the processing power required to run games even at the low frame rate of 30.
Fovely is a program, there are no examples.
by LogicalObjection March 20, 2014