Definition of anaglyph
1 : a sculptured, chased, or embossed ornament worked in low relief
2 : a stereoscopic motion or still picture in which the right component of a composite image usually red in color is superposed on the left component in a contrasting color to produce a three-dimensional effect when viewed through correspondingly colored filters in the form of spectacles
anaglyphicplay \ˌa-nə-ˈgli-fik\ adjective
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They were tied to a 3-D-imaging method called anaglyph that dates back to the 1950s.
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