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stereoscopic imaging

Also called stereoscopy or 3D imaging stereoscopic imaging is a technique used to record and display 3D(three dimensional) images or an illusion of depth in an image. Stereoscopic images provide spatial information that trick a user's brain into believing and seeing depth in the images.

See also 3D Stereo technology.










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