stereophotography

stereophotography

(stĕr″ē-ō-fō-tŏg′ră-fē) [″ + phos, light, + graphein, to write]
Photography that produces the effect of solidity or depth in the pictures.

stereophotography 

Photography to produce pictures that give rise to the perception of stereopsis when viewed in a stereoscope. It has been used for determining corneal and optic disc topography. See photokeratoscopy.
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Early-glaucoma patients underwent TRC-SS (Topcon, Tokyo, Japan) fundus stereophotography examination, which was completed by an experienced technician.
Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and stereophotography: Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and stereophotography are two of the latest imaging modalities available for three-dimensional (3-D) visualization of craniofacial structures.
All patients underwent HRT3, VF, and ONH stereophotography at 9-12 months intervals.
Stereophotography is more reliable for detecting an increase in retinal thickness, but rather laborious and time consuming [78].
(12) The most definitive way to diagnose POAG is to assess the retinal nerve fibre layer (RNFL) and until now this has been done through conventional methods such as red-free fundus assessment and stereophotography. Assessment of the RNFL using these methods is extremely difficult and takes great skill and experience.
In 1980 I began experimenting with mineral stereophotography; wanting to introduce my friend to this exciting twist on mineral photography, I sent him a homemade viewer designed for slides, and a few 35-mm stereopair slides of minerals I had taken.
We collected facial images of healthy volunteers at the Magna Science Adventure Centre, Rotherham, England, using digital stereophotography (Geometrix FaceVision FV802 Series Biometric Camera, ALIVE Tech, Cumming, Georgia) and 3-D laser scanning (Cyberware 3030PS Head and Neck Scanner) instruments.
Stereophotography for the field biologist: measurement of lengths and three-dimensional positions of free-swimming sharks.
The researchers decided to look in detail at the airflow around insect wings using dual-camera stereophotography. They chose Manduca sexta, a gray hawkmoth from Florida with a 10-centimeter wingspan.