hyperstereoscopy


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hyperstereoscopy

[¦hī·pər‚ste·rē′äs·kə·pē]
(mapping)
Stereoscopic viewing of a map in which the scale (usually vertical) along the line of sight is exaggerated in comparison with the scale perpendicular to the line of sight. Also known as appearance ratio.
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hyperstereoscopy

Stereoscopic viewing in which the relief effect is noticeably exaggerated caused by the extension of the camera base. Also called exaggerated stereoscopy.
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