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stereoscope

 [ster″e-o-skōp]
an instrument for producing the appearance of solidity and relief by combining the images of two similar pictures of an object.

ster·e·o·scope

(ster'ē-ō-skōp),
An instrument producing two horizontally separated images of the same object, providing a single image with an appearance of depth.
[stereo- + G. skopeō, to view]

ster·e·o·scope

(ster'ē-ō-skōp)
An instrument producing two horizontally separated images of the same object, providing a single image with an appearance of depth.
[G. stereos, solid + G. skopeō, to view]
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Subsequently, using light stereoscope, each seed was analyzed and the ones in which the whole seed looked pink or carmine in color were considered viable (BRASIL, 2009).
Caption: Figure 1: The dynamic of EEG activity in alpha frequency band during perception of depth with false objects appearing to be in front of the flat plane of random-dot stereogram without using a stereoscope: (a) the topo map of alpha-activity represented as a ratio of alpha oscillation power after/before the onset of the false image perception built for individual EEG recording; (b) averaged alpha oscillation power at C3O1, FP1C3, and FP2C4 recording sites, mean [+ or -] SE; * corresponds to p < 0.05.
The width of the wear of the rubber and the frame was measured by stereoscope. It was abnormal if there was no wear or excessive wear.
The Victorian love of romantic ruins and the stereoscope helped transform the abbey into a top tourist site.
After 5 minutes, surface characterizations of BSMP anticoagulant blood absorption were performed using images acquired from a Discovery.V20 from Zeiss stereoscope (Germany).
Founded in 2011, Stereoscope Music Scandinavia is the mothership of a new adventure in music and ideas.
The window-motif, like the stereoscope, comprises the binary structure of modernization as laid out by Baudelaire in The Painter of Modern Life.
There are two stereoscope displays in welded steel, and kids clack the viewer for the slide and seem disappointed.
It takes the right eye view and the left eye view and create[s] two exposures, and when these two images are placed in the stereoscope they come together and make a 3-D image.
Charles Wheatstone invented the stereoscope in 1838, before photography was invented.