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ster·e·o·graph

 (stĕr′ē-ə-grăf′, stîr′-)
n.
Two stereoscopic pictures or one picture with two superposed stereoscopic images, designed to give a three-dimensional effect when viewed through a stereoscope or special glasses.
tr.v. ster·e·o·graphed, ster·e·o·graph·ing, ster·e·o·graphs
To make a stereographic picture of.

stereograph

(ˈstɛrɪəˌɡræf; -ˌɡrɑːf; ˈstɪər-)
n
(Photography) two almost identical pictures, or one special picture, that when viewed through special glasses or a stereoscope form a single three-dimensional image. Also called: stereogram

ster•e•o•graph

(ˈstɛr i əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf, ˈstɪər-)

n.
a single or double picture for a stereoscope.
[1855–60]
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Stereograph cards designed to be viewed in 3D show combat, POWs, training, damage, casualties, and medical staff.
at 16 (quoting Oliver Wendell Holmes, The Stereoscope and the Stereograph, 3 ATLANTIC MONTHLY 738 (1861), reprinted in CLASSIC ESSAYS ON PHOTOGRAPHY, supra note 155, at 74).
From the 1870s through the 1930s, stereograph companies deposited more than 250,000 stereograph cards for copyright in the Library of Congress, of which approximately 2,500 show African scenes.
Unsure how a stereograph worked, she read up on the old photographic technique.
Raster stereograph versus radiography in the long term follow up of idiopathic scoliosis.
Caption: Frederick Evans, circa 1875, from a stereograph photographed by Irving of Troy, New York.
Reconsidering the stereoscope, we see that the way a stereograph synthesizes two photographs into an impression of spatial relief closely relates to the way cinema synthesizes film frames into an impression of temporal relief.
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The Stereoscope and the Stereograph, Atlantic Monthly, June 1859, reprinted in CLASSIC ESSAYS ON PHOTOGRAPHY, supra note 17, at 71, 74.
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He created outsize glass negatives known as mammoth plates in order to portray the scale and grandeur of his subjects, and produced 'stereoviews' for the stereograph, which gave his images an illusion of depth.