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- adj. relating to anaglyphs.
- n. Work with chased or embossed relief.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the art of chasing or embossing in relief; anaglyptic; -- opposed to
diaglypticor sunk work.
- n. Work chased or embossed relief.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to anaglyphs or to the art of decoration in relief: opposed to diaglyphic. Also anaglyptic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. related to anaglyphs or anaglyphy
Sorry, no etymologies found.
No. Those glasses are used in something called anaglyphic 3-D.
The virtual tours highlight the geology and natural history of the parks, and are offered for viewing through 3-D anaglyphic images or through regular photographs.
Sketch-3D is an interactive, integrated software/hardware system that enables users to create their own anaglyphic 3D drawings.
Still, it looks freaking cool with or without anaglyphic glasses.
Mostly, I am studying 3D graphics technology recently, the anaglyphic 3D image.
When it originally hit theaters back in March of 1954, it was shown in anaglyphic 3D.
I can understand why someone whose only 3d experience is the old anaglyphic red/blue lenses would be depressed by the movie to 3D, but - having seen about 6 or 7 films in the new batch of 3D - I have been blown away.
As it is doubtful that the dimensionalisation was done by anybody working on the film and instead probably knocked out by a promotions or design company purists might want to just filter this down to clean 2D by looking at it through anaglyphic specs with one eye closed.
Question- Adam, are the 3D glasses included in the Coraline DVD anaglyphic?
If Cameron criticised Burton for shooting in 2D to later on convert it to 3D, does that mean that Avatar can ONLY be seen as a 3D movie, and only with anaglyphic glasses?