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three-dimensional

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Of or pert. to three dimensions.

three-dimensional 

Pertaining to depth perception or the illusion of depth (e.g. a perspective drawing).
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Data were analyzed using one-way ANOVA with Scheffe post-hoc test, and Welch's t-test for examining the effect of cAMP on the number of fibers of doublet microtubules and for detecting the difference in the three-dimensionality between asymmetrical and symmetrical flagellar movement of the hyperactivated spermatozoa, using SPSS 11.
This three-dimensionality cannot be matched by existing resistive and capacitive technologies," he said.
8) conducted a numerical study of three-dimensional abrupt flow over a backward-facing step and showed strongly three-dimensional regions identified through standard correlation coefficients and newly defined three-dimensionality indices.
But this mural's three-dimensionality was made specifically to take into account the challenging slope of the walls in the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal.
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): Researchers have revealed that stacks of filter paper can help grow cells that mimic the three-dimensionality of real tissue, which would potentially make it faster and easier to find drugs that fight cancer and other diseases.
In a particularly incisive essay on Auguste Clesinger's Femme piquee par un serpent, Wendy Nolan Joyce highlights the principal elements in this evolution: more contemporary subject-matter; more expressive poses; more naturalistic style; more emphasis on three-dimensionality.
Three-dimensionality counts when it comes to Christmas sweaters, and we found all manner of holiday reliefs at the Assistance League.
She argues convincingly for the intermediary aspect of these predominantly Quattrocento projects which reveal a greater concern for three-dimensionality and spatial issues than did earlier iconic representations.
Do you draw inspiration for example from the virtual three-dimensionality commonly used in electronic music?
With the latest scanning technology, it is no longer necessary to create the illusion of three-dimensionality or to suffer inaccuracies of placement or relative dimension.
The book concludes with some reflections on the connections between reading and contemplating art, looking at Joyce's use of some works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti as well as three-dimensionality as it appears in both Dante and Joyce.
Originally I thought of them as sculpture, placed the men on pedestals, and played with the lighting to enhance the three-dimensionality of the images.

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