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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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Both he and Cameron heralded the coming of 3-D digital cinema at the 2005 ShoWest convention (the largest trade convention for theater owners, now CinemaCon), but Cameron would later disparage his chief 3-D rival and his anaglyphic films for "horrendous image quality" and that they "contributed to the 'ghetto-ization' of 3-D.
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