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double image

[¦dəb·əl ′im·ij]
(electronics)
A television picture consisting of two overlapping images due to reception of the signal over two paths of different length so that signals arrive at slightly different times.
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Different drivers view the HUD image from different heights at different angles producing a double image for all driver heights except the height at which the wedge angle is optimized.
4), a double image of Semmel is viewed through a transparent veil.
On one wall of the venue, a photograph by Melkan Bassil, entitled "Urban Totem," has been hung, capturing a bird's eye view of Beirut's streets, mirrored to create a double image.
5mm based acrylic panels 70x50 cm, acrylic double image with 4 interchangeable spacers, stainless steel and 4 holes.
The double image (front and back) of a scourged and crucified man, barely visible on the linen cloth of the Shroud of Turin, has many physical and chemical characteristics that are so particular that the staining .
As you can tell from the title, what you see in this piece depends on where your stand; it utilizes a double image, one of Dali's favorite tools.
NH&MP has double image, soft for ordinary commuters and harsh for criminals.
AoWith RealD, you get ghosting or a double image a lot of times,Ao Sandrew said.
With this system double image (Vila; Ferrer & Garcia, 2007) management was achieved, with the goal of concealing two images on the same printing surfaces.
Hoisington an associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard examines this dichotomy from the perspective of "the double image of America in the Soviet Russia of the 1920s.
The reason people close the off eye, of course, is when they look through a single lens with both eyes open, they see a double image, often one with greatly different magnification than the other.
The condition can be caused by head traumas or brain injury and may lead to partial loss of vision, as the brain blocks out signals from one eye to prevent the double image.