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double image

A perceived image that occurs in strabismus when the visual axes of the eyes are not directed toward the same object. Synonym: false image
See: diplopia
See also: image
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Both images are virtually the same distance from earth, so if they are not a double image, they must be close together.
Strings should make double images, Gott says, because they render space-time cone-shaped.
To achieve the unique double image, Hann captured two 4x5 images using Polacolor ER Type 59 film, scanned the prints and then finished by digitally compositing the images.
In the double image of the jellyfish swimming in the ocean and the chandelier floating in the air, along with the entire historical significance of the Leviathan, does the "social weightlessness" of which the artist speaks with regard to this work signify a poetic wish--or a model?
Unique elements of the PD Series feature set that enable the monitors to perform well in the continuous operation conditions typical of many public display environments include: NEC's exclusive AccuShield(TM) Phosphor Protection System to minimize the effects of phosphor burn that can occur in any plasma or phosphor-based display, built-in 2x2 matrixing capability to double image size with no additional equipment, an innovative cabinet design with room to host an internal PC, a programmable timer that allows the monitor to virtually operate itself, RS232 support for remote operation and an anti-glare screen coating to combat the harsh ambient lighting conditions present at many installation sites.
In addition, the Photographer API can double image resolution for printing or enhanced viewing.
A Double Image Both in Focus Simultaneously (I) (all works 2001) is a large DVD projection of a girls' indoor swim meet.
1932-34), a sly double image of a torso front and back; and the 12 exquisite cliche-verre prints of abstracted nudes--further inform our reading of Brassai's night photographs as carefully conceived and executed fictions.
This approach allowed us to see even these subtly intertwined double images not only in relation to, but as reflections on, her larger project, as art that can operate not just at the border of but as an interface between work and world.
As a result of the improvement, dim and double images are averted by eliminating the air gap layer between the front glass and Plasma panel.
Following a severe head injury from a stage coach crash in northern Texas in 1860 that caused him to see double images, he returned to London for recuperation and it is thought that his experiments with photography began at this time.