three-dimensionality

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three-dimensionality

1. The quality of having three dimensions: height, width, and depth. I created a scale model because I think my vision for the building is best expressed by something with three-dimensionality.
2. The quality of being fully realized or developed. The best film is one that has a clear artistic vision, compelling plot, and characters with three-dimensionality.
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For me, this self-deception never fails to bring forth the three dimensionality of space --and the darker the heavens, the more striking the impression.
Depth Image also offered strong colour switching and a greater sense of three dimensionality, all of which enabled greater intuitive verification by the public which increased security at the front line.
I liked the three dimensionality and I liked the idea of choosing the different elements, different materials and combining them together.
Artistic techniques (drawing, painting, engraving), the treatment of shape and use of the medium, large formats and three dimensionality, naturalism and abstraction, symbolism: it's all here at Altamira.
Euclide's go to themes and devices--surreal three dimensionality, reimagined landscapes, a penchant for recycling garbage, packaging materials and organic matter--riff on the notions of transformation, birth, remote US states, and the yin yang of growth and decay.
Their three dimensionality encourages the viewer to circumnavigate them to experience their totality.
We shall now review the three dimensionality reduction methods (LSA, PLSA and LDA) that are used by AEA.
All use tensions between front and back, materiality and illusion, and two and three dimensionality to enhance the physical experience of looking at art.
Here, seeing a masked Ravana next to a shadow puppet, a Balinese painting next to Thai dance drama, a relief from Angkor next to rod puppets from India, draws attention to conventions of seeing and viewing, and highlights questions such as the significance of three dimensionality versus two dimensionality, or the perception of movement and stillness, and of human bodies and performing objects.
Indeed, straight stereo had a better sense of three dimensionality than what DPL decoding could deliver.
Spheromak physics, which has intrigued plasma researchers for years because it depends on intrinsic three dimensionality and complexity, also offers "the possibility of turning what was previously considered catastrophic instability into the basis of a low-cost plasma confinement scheme," says the author of a new book on spheromaks.
The purpose of this study was to examine empirical Type I error rates and rejection rates for three dimensionality assessment procedures with data sets simulated to reflect short tests and small samples.
Because of the three dimensionality of the data set, everything within an image can be accurately located, measured or modeled using points, lines or polygons.
The great appeal of security labels based on volume holograms lies in their image depth and three dimensionality, often enhanced by spot or full color, which it is impossible to achieve with Benton holograms.
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