stereogram


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ster·e·o·gram

(ster'ē-ō-gram),
A stereoscopic radiographic image of a pair.

stereogram

(stĕr′ē-ō-grăm) [″ + gramma, something written]
Stereoscopic radiographs.

stereogram 

Paired similar photographs or drawings which when viewed in a stereoscope give the sensation of stereopsis. Some stereograms are used only to explore fusion. Syn. stereoslide.
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Yamamoto, and T Kurita, "Computer-generated cylindrical holographic stereogram made from 300-camera array images," in Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (pp.
These components of the examination were stereo acuity as measured by random dot stereograms (RDSs) using the Randot stereotest, near point of convergence (NPC), ocular alignment at distance and at near determined by cover test, distance phoria (lateral and vertical) and gradient accommodative convergence/accommodation ratio using the von Graefe technique, and the amplitude of accommodation (AOA) measured by phorometry using the minus lens to blur method.
As a result of the collaborative efforts of Sony PCL, with its stereogram technology based hologram master manufacturing technology and DNP, which boasts high definition hologram manufacturing technology and facilities, our two companies aim to produce evenly more highly sophisticated holograms for security uses, while further expanding the overall market.
We'd sneak into their houses and open a giant coffin-shaped box called a "stereogram".
The sixties are still swinging and Cilla Black had returned to her home on Scotland Road, Liverpool, to play 45rpm records on her mum's stereogram. Inset: Returning to Liverpool as an established family entertainer with her late husband, Bobby.
I thought I had particularly modern '60s parents when a copy of the original cast soundtrack of West Side Story replaced My Fair Lady on the stereogram. My grandmother, always slightly eccentric in a charming sort of way, loved musicals and took to taking the grandchildren for a treat.
Harris and Parker (1992) found that depth discrimination performance becomes consistent when more than 100 dots are used in stereogram stimuli.
Not history so old that it is interesting, like a piece of real antique furniture, but merely old enough to be profoundly dull, like your mother's 1960s stereogram.
True 3-D spherical projections of structural data (rather than just 2-D stereogram projections) and techniques for determining the structural orientation of stratigraphic boundaries enhance the geology interpretation.
The secure labels are easy to recognise and validate to check the product is not a fake, and each one includes a high security customised hologram with a colour stereogram animation, which incorporates features such as microprint, tamper evidence and an individual serial number.
In our study, we explored the cortical activity during the execution of cognitive task consisted of viewing a false image in front of the plane of random-dot stereogram without a stereoscope or any other aids to binocular fusion, which requires a high concentration of attention.
Presenting on the busy programme was Professor Chris Tyler, famed for his invention of the first random-dot stereogram resulting in the popularised 'Magic Eye' images.