stereoscopy

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Synonyms for stereoscopy

three-dimensional vision produced by the fusion of two slightly different views of a scene on each retina

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Alternatively, you can put on the 3D glasses, and they give the dots coherence.
Providing user-friendly and easy viewing, manufacturers are focusing on improving depth effects to offer better view without 3D glasses. Glass-free HD 3D display uses auto stereo scopy display technology showing three-dimensional images without the need for eyewear or 3D glasses.
"Gloria GloFish and the Great Dragon" comes with a small UV flashlight and 3D glasses and is packaged with specially marked GloFish aquariums, which are sold nationwide at GloFish.com, PetSmart, Petco, Walmart and other major retailers.
Dr Nityananda told OT that to the best of his knowledge the eyewear used in the experiment were the world's smallest 3D glasses. The experiments allowed the Newcastle University researchers to compare human and insect 3D vision for the first time.
Therefore, we had to develop a new product that delivers the same brightness of Cinema LED, which is 48 nits, even while wearing the 3D glasses. We also could not sacrifice the resolution.
The 3D module once installed during manufacturing, allows the display of 3D content without the use of 3D glasses.
Add ons: VIP seats PS2; 3D PS1.80 (adult) / PS1.30 (child / conc); 3D glasses: PS1.
The Newcastle University team has developed 3D glasses suitable for insects which means they can show the insects any images they want, opening up new avenues of research.
In a specially-designed insect cinema, the scientists have shown that it needs to be 'old school' 3D glasses for tests to work on mantises.
Yesterday, she wore 3D glasses to play co-ordination games with children.
He presented the dish inside a cookbook and even made judge, celebrity chef Marcus Wareing, wear a pair of 3D glasses to taste his creation.
Children's animated comedy The House Of Magic is out now on DVD and Blu-ray, and to celebrate, we're giving one lucky winner a seriously magical prize: an impressive Philips 42-inch Ambilight 3D Smart WiFi Built-In Full HD TV, a Panasonic 3D Smart Blu-ray and DVD Player, four pairs of 3D glasses and a copy of the movie for the whole family to enjoy this winter.
Our lucky reader will win an impressive Philips 42-inch Ambilight 3D Smart WiFi Built-In Full HD TV, a Panasonic 3D Smart Blu-ray and DVD Player, four 3D glasses and a copy of the movie for the whole family to enjoy this winter.
You will have the benefit of getting a pair of free 3D glasses along with today's issue.