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three-dimensional

, 3D
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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We often think two-dimensionally, but we sense three-dimensionally," explains Lauesen.
The structure also allows the motif to be expressed three-dimensionally rather than being merely imprinted on the facade.
Produced through a patented process in which it is three-dimensionally reinforced, it is self-supporting and exceptionally tough and durable, according to the literature.
It was a selective advantage for this animal to see three-dimensionally ahead of it," Stevens says.
In the first gallery, titled "Cliffs and Valleys," the palette knife-applied white paint applied to 1864's "Landscape Near Ornans" makes the sides of cliffs look three-dimensionally rocky and gritty while the muddy path in the foreground looks ready to splatter dirt.
that are three-dimensionally displaced from the original entry point, enabling
Inside, the developer is transported into a virtual world by means of special glasses and the virtual models stand out three-dimensionally allowing the developer to check the ergonomics, visibility and design of the interior and equipment.
Working on small desks in crowded rooms with virtually no storage, put efforts of working three-dimensionally to rest.
With the invention of perspective in the fifteenth century, reality could be represented three-dimensionally, fueling our obsession with likeness or realism.
Pierce said she encounters a growing number of physicians who seem to believe three-dimensionally planned intensity-modulated breast radiotherapy is the new standard of care in breast cancer.
STM data indicate that Cu grows three-dimensionally both on the Ti[O.
Three-dimensionally handsome, the 23-year-old actor costars in Boy George's musical Taboo, the hit West End show chronicling George's rise and fall and rise again.