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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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 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 [3] (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.
The ability to apply these different degrees of sharpness permits the PT-AE3000 to reproduce natural, lifelike images with exceptional clarity and three-dimensionality to the smallest details.
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