stereogram


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ster·e·o·gram

 (stĕr′ē-ə-grăm′, stîr′-)
n.
1. A picture or diagram designed to give the impression of solidity.
2. A stereograph.

stereogram

(ˈstɛrɪəˌɡræm; ˈstɪər-)
n
1. (Electronics) Brit a stereo radiogram
2. (Photography) another name for stereograph

ster•e•o•gram

(ˈstɛr i əˌgræm, ˈstɪər-)

n.
1. a diagram or picture representing objects in a way to give the impression of solidity.
[1865–70]

stereogram

A stereoscopic set of photographs or drawings correctly oriented and mounted for stereoscopic viewing.
Translations

stereogram

[ˈsterɪəgræm] N stereograph [ˈsterɪəgræf] Nestereografía f
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Some of the other topics presented, but not limited to, included laser engraved floating portraits as a means of document authentication, moire in transmission, lensless security features, diffractive lenticular stereogram images, advance UV security features and personalisation of a transmissive security feature.
Your Decca is model SRG 500 and is known as a Stereogram.
According to the official blogpost, the VR photos taken via the app are three dimensional panoramas, which offer a slightly different view of the image from each eye to stimulate stereogram.
Presenting on the busy programme was Professor Chris Tyler, famed for his invention of the first random-dot stereogram resulting in the popularised 'Magic Eye' images.
As shown a 3-D stereogram in Figure 1(a), the antenna is mainly composed with four rectangular metal walls, which are supported by a FR4 substrate ([[epsilon].
1911): A note descriptive of a stereogram of the Mt Lofty Ranges, South Australia.
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17] David Varodayan, Aditya Mavlankar, Markus Flierl and Bernd Girod, "Distributed coding of random dot stereogram with unsupervised learning of disparity," in Proc.
Biz kontur stereogram kullanarak olgularimizi halkalar ile (800-40 arc\s arasi) degerlendirdik.
We had all the trappings of the 70s, a rented Rediffusion telly, psychedelic orange wallpaper, a six foot stereogram, lino in the kitchen and a chip pan on the stove.
Why don't they also moan about how many guineas a stereogram costs?