What's the difference between anaglyphic and anaglyptic?
(a.) Alt. of Anaglyphical
(n.) Work chased or embossed relief.
(1) A method for the freehand drawing of anaglyphs is described.
(2) The subjects wore anaglyph glasses and viewed a nonvariable square-X-circle anaglyph target alternately through a 16 delta base-out and 4 delta base-in prism flipper.
(3) The number of times each subject could reestablish fusion while viewing an anaglyph target through alternating 16 delta base-out and 4 delta base-in prism lenses was recorded over a 1-minute time interval.
(4) Home therapy methods using anaglyphic techniques and after-images are described.
(5) Measurements used red-green anaglyph stimuli presented on a black background which could be varied from 3.4 minutes of arc to 3 degrees 24'.
(6) Unequal retinal illuminances and target contrasts, and ghost images of anaglyphs can affect binocular vision.
(7) Local stereoacuity was reduced when red-green anaglyph glasses were worn.
(8) When speed is essential, as for interactive purposes, a simple procedure to generate anaglyphs can be used.
(9) The method permits to obtain computed anaglyph drawings, printed here, which are stereoviews of the same object.
(10) This is done by careful adjustment of the phosphor levels in each of the anaglyph regions.
(11) The present method enables students to draw anaglyphs by hand and should make the concept of binocular disparity more easily learned.
(12) Recently, automated vision training using microprocessor anaglyph stimuli, i.e., random dot stereograms (RDS), has been used in an operant conditioning paradigm.
(13) A method is described for minimizing the ghost images which normally appear when anaglyphs are presented on color television screens.
(14) Reductions with the TNO anaglyph glasses ranged from 2 to 34 sec arc.
(15) This stereogram is produced using the anaglyphic technique where the left and right images are separated by color filters.
(16) In our experimental set-up we use red-green coded striped or checkered patterns of various size and disparity as stimuli, which are viewed through red-green glasses (anaglyph method).
(17) Whereas stereo thresholds with an anaglyphic random dot stereogram (TNO) were not significantly affected by the prism, fusing through some of the prisms resulted in significantly poorer stereo thresholds and a failure to detect random dot stereopsis (RDS) on the polarized stereotest.
(18) These properties were studied in red-green anaglyphic materials, and for all three pairs of red-green glasses tested, the luminous transmittance of the green member of each pair was higher than that of the red.
(19) The stimulus was a computer-generated flat fusion red-blue anaglyph picture of a horse.
(20) Observers were shown the same complex anaglyph five times daily, for four consecutive days, and latencies to achieve stereopsis were recorded.
(a.) Relating to the art of carving, enchasing, or embossing in low relief.