Recent Examples of stereoscopic from the Web
Each pod contains two lenses, set 2.5-inches apart to create stereoscopic images true to the human eye, says Dr. Jay Jayaram, Voke VR founder, which is now part of Intel True VR.
The key to extremely accurate elevation maps is to use stereoscopic images of the same location taken 45 seconds apart, Morin explained.
The live-action movie, which Titanic director Cameron conceived of more than a decade ago, was shot in stereoscopic 3-D that gives the movie’s exotic alien world a vivid and deeply immersive look.
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First Known Use of stereoscopic
STEREOSCOPIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stereoscopic for English Language Learners
—used to describe an image that appears to have depth and solidness and that is created by using a special device (called a stereoscope) to look at two slightly different photographs of something at the same time
: able to see depth and solidness
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