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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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As production designer (a role he had only recently added to his long list of tasks), Rodriguez selectively reduced his color palette to those colors that worked well in anaglyph, favoring purple, yellow, and light orange over bright red, blue, and green.
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.
Figure 6 provides an anaglyph and stereo pair of a small area in the Islahiye Plain that has not been intensively surveyed for archaeological remains.
Anaglyph images are used to identify moving vehicles at the moment of capture of images, which is possible due to the fact that moving vehicles appear in red in anaglyph images as a result of a lack of conjugate between objects.
Key words: Automatic vehicle detection, Digital image processing, Intensity image, Anaglyph image, Shadows cast.
Detection of this connection was possible through generation of 3D anaglyphs from confocal optical sections, which allowed visualization, and tracing of the complex immunostained network with respect to larval anatomy.
Computer animations (data not illustrated) and a 3D anaglyph [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5A OMITTED] showed that this plexus was also connected by serotonergic processes with the nerve plexus in the preoral transverse band via two thin (approximately 2.
A lorgnette viewer and a pair of anaglyph glasses, required for viewing in stereo, are included with every copy.
Parallax Player allows images and movies formatted in common stereo formats such as above and below, side by side and interlace to be displayed in any available viewing format including anaglyph (requiring red/blue glasses), page-flipping (quad-buffering stereo display), sync-doubling stereo display modes, or even using StereoGraphics Synthagram autostereoscopic display.
3D Fun Pack includes two modules that automatically add eye-popping 3D effects to Ray Dream Studio's 3D renderings: Anaglyphs and AutoStereograms.
A projection method to generate anaglyph stereo images.
The anaglyph used red and green filters over the projection lenses, which superimposed the left and right images on the screen.