1,2,10) These two hyperactivated movement had different motility parameters in amplitude and three-dimensionality
of flagellar waves (Table 1), suggesting different types of mechanism underlying these flagellar movement (below).
The present investigation mainly attempts to shed light on the flow pattern and three-dimensionality
in the prevailing flow field for various inlet Reynolds numbers in the laminar flow range and also for the various concentrations of the viscoelastic fluid.
In electro-acoustic music, three-dimensionality
is something taken for granted, perhaps like instrumental range in instrumental music.
ThermoStack uses heat to give nonwovens three-dimensionality
allowing VersaCore to manufacture products that are 90% air by volume.
Despite their three-dimensionality
, Stella's artworks have always been described as paintings.
What proved remarkable for the students' discussion and analysis of approaching literature through culture and vice versa, was their fascination with the three-dimensionality
of this approach.
The plant is so convincing in its three-dimensionality
that it almost springs from the page.
The cylindrical shape of the trap provides the visual stimulus by mimicking the three-dimensionality
of host fruit.
Focusing on velocity vectors, it is difficult to visualize the three-dimensionality
of the flow.
Though it's hard to believe, stereoscopic photography has been around for 161 years, ever since Sir Charles Wheatstone figured out how to use a collection of angled mirrors to create the illusion of three-dimensionality
using two two-dimensional photos of the same shot.
Studies with disabled pupils, comparing 2D and 3D training, have shown that only 3D experience improves spatial skills, indicating the interactivity and three-dimensionality
of VEs are crucial for the development of spatial cognitive representations  (see Table 1).
Cases of individuals who are born blind and later acquire sight illustrate that our recognition of three-dimensionality
, of distance, and of size is acquired when visual stimuli are integrated with our sense of touch, a sense that generally depends on movement.
Flatness, the lack of three-dimensionality
, is partly also due to the techno-economic recquirement for thinness, lightness and temporality; buildings are constructed merely as visual images, and their surfaces become ever thinner and more weightless.
Weinman was a master of sculpture in low relief, and the doors conveyed beautifully a sense of three-dimensionality