The retinotopic characteristics on human peripheral vision are still not well known. The position, surface area and visual field representation of human visual areas V1, V2 and V3 were measured using fMRI in 8 subjects (16 hemispheres). Cortical visual field maps of the 120deg were measured using rotating wedge and expanding ring stimuli. The boundaries between areas were identified using an automated procedure to fit an atlas of the expected visual field map to the data. All position and surface area measurements were made along the boundary between white matter and gray matter. In this study, we developed a new visual presentation system widest view (60 deg of eccentricity). The wide-view visual presentation system was made from nonmagnetic optical fibers and a contact lens, so can use in general clinical fMRI condition and the cost is lower. We used the newly wide view visual presentation system, the representation of the visual field in areas V1, V2 and V3 spans about 2223 mm∧2,1679 mm∧2 and 1690 mm∧2.