overlapping pair

overlapping pair

[¦ō·vər¦lap·iŋ ′per]
(graphic arts)
Two aerial photographs taken at different camera locations so that part of one photograph shows terrain which is also shown on part of the other photograph.
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The variety of forms the Tonelli designers have created from such a seemingly simple material is truly remarkable: in the mirrors alone we find the 'Shiki' by Isao Hosoe, an overlapping pair of circles, the second of which orbits the first at a touch; Giovanni Garattoni's 'Fittipaldi,' a modular unit composed of parallel mirror panes at slight angles to each other; and the 'Plisse' by Arrighi-Montanaro, which peels from the wall to curl into itself.
Rather than Hopscotch's triangle, 62: A Model Kit is structured around overlapping pairs and parallels.