stereoscopic [ster-ee- uh- skop-ik, steer-] EXAMPLES | WORD ORIGIN adjective noting or pertaining to three-dimensional vision or any of various processes and devices for giving the illusion of depth from two-dimensional images or reproductions, as of a photograph or motion picture.
ster·e·o·scop·i·cal. Related forms ster·e·o·scop·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Examples from the Web for stereoscopic Historical Examples of stereoscopic
This I deny: for, were it so, there would be no
I told her I had not asked her to buy, and said: "Madam, I have here a
Mr. Chairman, I appear here to-day in behalf of the
stereoscopic view manufacturers of the country.
It would ruin any
stereoscopic view concern in a little while.
An exemption of the
stereoscopic manufacturers from the $1 fee would be perfectly satisfactory to us. British Dictionary definitions for stereoscopic adjective of, concerned with, or relating to seeing space three-dimensionally as a result of binocular disparity stereoscopic vision of, relating to, or formed by a stereoscope Derived Forms stereoscopically, adverb
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stereoscopic [stĕr′ē-ə-skŏp ′ĭk] n. Of, relating to, or characterized by stereoscopy. Of or relating to a stereoscope.
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