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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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For this film, Rodriguez opted for a slightly different anaglyphic process, using a true-color anaglyph.
Nevertheless, a disadvantage of the binocular anaglyphic stereoscopic system is the fact that it is more difficult to distinguish between the foreground and the background scenes than in the case of stereo frames.
The second requires 3-D glasses--the type with colored filters for each eye, known as anaglyphic stereo.
and one who has been immersed in stereoscopic, anaglyphic (3-D via red and green glasses) and lenticular imaging for more than 10 years, "but it takes so long that tearful widows are always thanking them for the lifelike pictures of their long-dead husbands.
Peripheral equipment, used for demonstrating different aspects of virtual reality, includes head-mounted display units, shutter glasses, anaglyphic glasses, a 3-D mouse, a wireless mouse, and gloves.
Volume imaging methods include holography, stereoscopic displays, anaglyphic methods, varifocal mirrors, synthalyzers and rotating multicliode arrays.
In addition, players on Xbox 360 and PlayStation[R]3 system will be given the option to play in anaglyphic 3D with technology that is compatible with high definition TV sets and visible to players wearing the 3D glasses that will be available for the video game.
Unfortunately, the pic was shot in the relatively primitive anaglyphic process, which requires the audience to watch action through cardboard glasses outfitted with red and green filters, rather than the virtually transparent Polaroid filters developed for recent 3-D pics.