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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Optic nerve head changes in early glaucoma: a comparison between stereophotography and Heidelberg Retina Tomography.
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.
As soon as he took the viewer out of the mailing envelope and unfolded it, before even reading my explanatory letter, he immediately figured out in a flash what I was doing and soon became the leading proponent of mineral stereophotography in Europe.
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.
Wilson, not only in recognition of his 25 years as editor of the highly respected Mineralogical Record, but also for his authorship (over 80 major articles and 13 books in mineralogy, including his magnum opus on The History of Mineral Collecting, plus another 18 books about mining history), his fine mineral photography (over 6,500 published photos to date), his pioneering work in mineral stereophotography, his artistic accomplishments (over 1,000 published artworks), and his founding of the Mineralogical Record Library.
The data included site maps integrated with aerial stereophotography to build faithful electronic topographic maps.