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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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The installation A Double Image Both in Focus Simultaneously (II) includes a small monitor on which a looped video of a high-school hallway plays in slightly slow motion.
We have developed the model of simulation of a big range of paints in the system of double images with cmyk printing dyes.
Radiography was considered diagnostic in assessing the site of foreign body as the double image or haziness of the needle suspected it to be moving with some organ like heart or lungs.
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.
Obliquely referencing this double image of womanhood is a double image that runs along the top of the painting as if the camera shifted in the taking of the photograph, though all is, in fact, deliberate and painted.
Gamboni believes that captures exactly Gauguin's interest in the surprise produced by such an apparition, and his investment in the oscillation or reversibility characteristic of a double image.
"The technique is that of the double image," of a distancing "well doubled between reality and imagination, acknowledging the fact that everything in fiction can be true" (Marino 1973 : 682).
You can swivel the screen to improve the viewing experience, but at any angle, testers noticed a faint double image when text was being displayed and found it difficult to read in bright sunlight.
Souvent critique a tort ou a raison, c'est selon l'experience des uns et des autres, l'hopital garde une double image, tres bonne pour ce qui concerne la securite.
Lei, "Double image encryption based on phase-amplitude mixed encoding and multistage phase encoding in gyrator transform domains," Optics & Laser Technology, vol.
"Standing in for Lincoln Green" is an intriguing tale of a boy and his overworked double image, a mirror image twin who can be relied upon to stand in for Lincoln and perform all his needed chores and unpleasing tasks while Lincoln is busy doing important things like listen to his favorite radio programs, play with his friends, and drink fizzy sarsaparillas.
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. Around it a multiplicity of photocopies has been scotch-taped to the wall.