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- adj. involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects; giving the illusion of depth
- n. having a three-dimensional form or appearance
- n. a movie with images having three dimensional form or appearance
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I'm not paying $15 to see a computer's rendition of an old man's face in three-d.
Possum, my high-school roommate was obsessed with stereoscopes and three-d (part of a lifelong project to write stereoscopic software to help people understand how to visualize n-dimensional space in three dimensions), and would build his own by drawing two nearly identical images and sticking them on the ends of paper-towel rolls, then putting the rolls up to his eyes and unfocusing his vision until the image converged.
Wolfenstein 5K, a three-d shooter crammed into 5K.
They had the wit to act appealing, like the beasts we have all come to know and love through the medium of the three-d tapes.
Selick directed the brilliant Nightmare Before Christmas and uses this three-d animation style for the film.
Emergency Management Alert, 5 / 27 / 08: Gulf Coast officials prepare for start of hurricane season With the hurricane season set to begin June 1, Gulf Coast officials attended a three-d ...
One of my big complaints about both programs is how difficult it is to produce a histogram of your data – sure, you can make ‘three-d’ charts (which are misleading), but you can’t do the first statistical breakdown of information taught in basic courses!