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anaglyph

[′an·ə‚glif]
(graphic arts)
A stereogram in which the two views are printed or projected superimposed in complementary colors, usually red and blue; by viewing through filter spectacles of corresponding complementary colors, a stereoscopic image is formed.
A surface worked in low relief.

anaglyph

An embellishment carved or chased in low relief. Also see bas-relief.
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Furthermore, he does not neglect to mention that a polarized version of the film exists, conceding to the critics who advocated for a polarized version over the anaglyph, but that he was hindered in that there were no theaters--outside of large-format--who could release a polarized version.
For this film, Rodriguez opted for a slightly different anaglyphic process, using a true-color anaglyph.
These are a single image and thus unlike anaglyphs.
Although stereoscopic maps (such as anaglyphs printed in two colors for three-dimensional viewing through colored spectacles) have not been circulated widely, specialist users in the military forces,
3D Fun Pack includes two modules that automatically add eye-popping 3D effects to Ray Dream Studio's 3D renderings: Anaglyphs and AutoStereograms.
An example of an anaglyph can be seen in Figure 2, the German trench system at Esen (2km east of Diksmuide).
On an anaglyph of two First World War pictures, each part of the traces of the earthen fort can be studied in three dimensions.