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.
Three-dimensionality counts when it comes to Christmas sweaters, and we found all manner of holiday reliefs at the Assistance League.
She argues convincingly for the intermediary aspect of these predominantly Quattrocento projects which reveal a greater concern for three-dimensionality and spatial issues than did earlier iconic representations.
Do you draw inspiration for example from the virtual three-dimensionality commonly used in electronic music?
With the latest scanning technology, it is no longer necessary to create the illusion of three-dimensionality or to suffer inaccuracies of placement or relative dimension.
The book concludes with some reflections on the connections between reading and contemplating art, looking at Joyce's use of some works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti as well as three-dimensionality as it appears in both Dante and Joyce.
Originally I thought of them as sculpture, placed the men on pedestals, and played with the lighting to enhance the three-dimensionality of the images.
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.
Jones's skillfully woven novel is filled with colorful characters which somehow also achieve three-dimensionality; its stories are sometimes what Harlan calls "confabulatory" but still manage both credibility and poignancy.
Focusing on velocity vectors, it is difficult to visualize the three-dimensionality of the flow.
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