- adj. Alternative form of two-dimensional.
- adj. lacking the expected range or depth; not designed to give an illusion or depth
“But for the film The Crazies, I wanted to have a more traditional filmic quality, the nice tight grain of a Kodak film and the saturation of the colors and the 2-dimensional filmic world.”
“They were juvenile, overwrought with male power fantasies, 2-dimensional female roles, and all the tropes that gaming has seemed by and large unable to shake off.”
“One part origami, one part architecture, pure genius, the brand new Bloxes system makes 2-dimensional pieces of interlocking cardboard come to life as expandable and continually adaptable structures.”
“It plans to make that switch from a 1-dimensional to a 2-dimensional rating system this coming summer.”
“To generate the resultant pattern, a 3-dimensional bulge is formed around the tree, and its distorted wire-grid projected onto a 2-dimensional surface.”
“The entire universe here is the 2-dimensional spacetime, which includes the wormhole.”
“Travelling through the wormhole looks as if you are leaving the 2-dimensional spacetime, and entering the 3-dimensional flat space.”
“(There are also issues with using 2-dimensional images to help us think about 4-dimensional spaces, but that can be for later).”
“Sticky, they would put him in a 2-dimensional prison of course … duh.”
“What effect would laws have on a 2-dimensional cartoon character?”
‘2-dimensional’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for 2-dimensional.