Stereoscopic Model


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stereoscopic model

[¦ster·ē·ə¦skäp·ik ′mäd·əl]
(graphic arts)
A mental impression of an area or object seen as being in three dimensions when viewed stereoscopically on photographs.

Stereoscopic Model

 

a three-dimensional impression of an object or sector of terrain received by an observer viewing two flat perspective images obtained from different points in space. With the simultaneous observation of such a stereoscopic pair of images, of a measurement mark (of the appropriate stereophotogrammetric instrument), and of the superposition of the images, a highly precise alignment of the points of the images can be obtained. The alignment can be used to identify the points and to measure coordinates.

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In this study, we attempted to identify the same structures in sectional planes and stereoscopic models, using the table, PDF file, and browsing software.
The stereoscopic models were freely manipulated with the multifunctional touch screen.

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