macrograph

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macrograph

[′mak·rə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A photograph or representation of an object that may be about 10 times natural size, as large as the natural object, or slightly smaller.
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CSIRO launched the Vectorgram in 2002; this improved foil-based OVD features pixellated or track based images, with pixels at 30 x 30 microns, and it can incorporate hidden micrographic and macrographic images.