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anaglyph 

Stereogram consisting of two superimposed and laterally displaced drawings or photographs of the same scene but taken from two directions and in complementary colours (usually red and green). If the anaglyphs are viewed through filters of the same colour, one to each eye, and induce retinal disparity (of a fixed amount) they give rise to the perception of depth or stereopsis. A set of cards, or targets on the same card, to induce various amounts of retinal disparity can be used to detect and train fusion and stereopsis (e.g. Tranaglyphs). See complementary colour; retinal disparity; sensory fusion; depth perception; random-dot stereogram; stereopsis.
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Raven's use of anaglyph 3-D in Curtains enacts a material separation from the processes used in digital blockbusters and points to the internal differentiations that exist within the domain of stereoscopy.
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The mono mode of visualization is named as PL-TDTRI and the anaglyph mode is termed as AN-TDTRI (Table 2).
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Options today include anaglyph, active-LCD-shutter, and passive polarizer glasses.
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The technology was crude by today's standards, and the anaglyph glasses viewers had to wear tended to give them headaches.
Monitoring functions include anaglyph, difference-disparity, and left or right eye display.
He projected anaglyph slides using red and green filters in 1858.
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Combining the two micrographs, a stereographic view or an anaglyph image of the surface can be obtained.