stereoscopic system

stereoscopic system

[‚ste·rē·ə¦skäp·ik ′sis·təm]
(optics)
An optical system such as a binoculars or stereoscope that produces two images of the same object viewed from slightly different positions, so that a sensation of depth is created when one image is presented to each eye.
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Tenders are invited for Delivery of stereoscopic system for deformation field analysis
Other past winners include: Odos Imaging, for its 3D time-of-flight camera; New Imaging Technologies, for a wide dynamic range 3D stereoscopic system; and the Austrian Institute of Technology, for a dental scanner based on stereovision.
Using the High Energy Stereoscopic System (HESS) gamma ray telescopes in Namibia, the researchers have surveyed the Milky Way in gamma ray light for the past 15 years.
In particular, the completion of the High Energy Stereoscopic System (HESS) in Namibia and the Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) in South Africa, together with the construction of the Karoo Array Telescope (KAT), also in South Africa and the bid by South Africa to host the SKA, has transformed African astronomy.
The elevation and the azimuth of the turret which carries stereoscopic system provide two RC servomotors HS422 and operate withing the range of [+ or -]90[degrees].
Namibia is a favourite to host one of the dishes as the country already hosts the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S) telescope.
The High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S), an array of telescopes located in Namibia, captured these flashes from PKS 2155-304.
The stereoscopic system allows the radiologist to see the internal structure of the breast directly, in depth, thereby helping to overcome the three main problems associated with standard mammography: masking of lesions, mimicry of lesions, and limited volumetric information.
The stereoscopic system allows the radiologist to see the internal structure of the breast directly, in depth, which helps overcome the three main problems associated with standard mammography: masking of lesions, mimicry of lesions, and limited volumetric information.
The other is the High Energy Stereoscopic System, which constructed three large gamma ray detecting telescopes in Namibia, and achieved several breakthroughs.
In these proceedings of the conference of July 2004, contributors describe their research in high energy astrophysics in their connection with high-energy gamma ray astronomy, with several describing results from the recent installation of the High Energy Stereoscopic System (HESS).
The team aimed the High Energy Stereoscopic System, an array of four telescopes in Namibia, at a supernova remnant in the Southern Hemisphere.