- an ornament sculptured or embossed in low relief, as a cameo.
- Optics. a composite picture printed in two colors that produces a three-dimensional image when viewed through spectacles having lenses of corresponding colors.
Origin of anaglyph
Examples from the Web for anaglyph
Historical Examples of anaglyph
The anaglyph was peculiar to the Egyptian priests; the hieroglyph generally known to the well educated.
If he had been a priest of Serapis for fifty years he could not have known the anaglyph better.
If he had been a priest of Serapis for fifty years, he could not have known the Anaglyph better!
The anaglyph was peculiar to the Egyptian priests—the hieroglyph generally known to the well educated.
- photog a stereoscopic picture consisting of two images of the same object, taken from slightly different angles, in two complementary colours, usually red and cyan (green-blue). When viewed through spectacles having one red and one cyan lens, the images merge to produce a stereoscopic sensation
- anything cut to stand in low relief, such as a cameo