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anamorphosis

[‚an·ə′mȯr·fə·səs]
(evolution)
Gradual increase in complexity of form and function during evolution of a group of animals or plants. Also known as anamorphism.
(graphic arts)
A drawing which appears to be distorted unless viewed from a particular angle or with a special device.
(optics)
The production of a distorted image by an optical system.

anamorphosis

anamorphosis
A drawing which appears to be distorted unless viewed from a particular angle or with a special device.
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Between Leonardo and Jean-Francois Niceron there were many treatises that dealt with anamorphic perspective and many artists who put the technique into practice.
"These lenses are designed for film, and putting an anamorphic on a RED sensor gave a totally different look to the documentary.
Mr Augustine, who works at the Interior Ministry, also has a Guinness world record for the largest 3D anamorphic painting to his credit.
He refers to his process of creation as "pareidolic anamorphosis" or "anamorphic pareidolia."
The 1.33x anamorphic lens brings the organic look and character of 2:40:1 Cinemascope to mobile.
Unity is what I wanted to express and choosing my anamorphic style meant uniting steel pieces that do not have any proper shape or size."
Aisha Bin Kalli, Dubai Canvas project manager, said the event will attract the world's most renowned 3D artists, including Italian Cuboliquido, winner of last year's Dubai Canvas 3D Art Award; Dutch Leon Keer, one of the world's leading anamorphic street artists; and American Tracy Lee Stum.
Also, High-Resolution Anamorphic mode, which enables video recording in 18-mega effective pixels, is added.
Their topics include stretched skulls: anamorphic games and the Momento Mortem Mortis; the blind spots: The Phantom Pain, The Helen Keller Simulator, and disability in games; and breaking the metagame: feminist spoilsports and magic circle jerks.
He deploys anamorphic lenses to shoot 35mm film in Thailand, which stands in for Indonesia; a digital camera and anamorphic lenses record most of the U.S.
And further, if Sarduy could see a relation between Kepler's theory of elliptical movement and Borromini's architectural designs, and between the Borrominian ellipse and the hidden code of the anamorphic image, it is only because for Sarduy the structuralist theorist, language, no less than the pictorial image, called not so much for a reading, as a deciphering.