- adj. Alternative form of three-dimensional.
- adj. involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects; giving the illusion of depth
“It shall include a review of high bandwidth radio and laser communications, high-definition video, stereo imagery, 3-dimensional scene cameras, and Internet routers in space, from orbit, and on the lunar surface.”
“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.”
“These are the coops constructed from drawings of a Sol LeWitt parallelogram, which Sandrow transformed into a 3-dimensional habitat.”
“Soon, the Charity Navigator people plan to transition to a 3-dimensional rating system that gets to the bottom line- the charity's impact, how effective it is.”
“The 3-dimensional space is just a tool for visualization, there is nothing real about it.”
“Travelling through the wormhole looks as if you are leaving the 2-dimensional spacetime, and entering the 3-dimensional flat space.”
“A simple rectilinear form was adopted, which was then carefully articulated with timber and sandstone cladding to present a modern 3-dimensional structure that fits well into its immediate context.”
“In my mind, the characters are real people, so they are 3-dimensional, with good and bad points.”
“World class checkers players who can see one move ahead, but Rainman-like in their ability to compete in the 3-dimensional chess world that is life.”
“Trained as a photographer, Kolbo has pushed his medium into the realm of 3-dimensional sculpture.”
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