Definitions for "Hyperstereo"
Hyperstereo is when the lenses are separated by more than 2.5". The feeling that one is looking through the eyes of a giant is often the result. This is done commonly for landscapes or images when objects are far away.
A stereo imaging technique in which the horizontal distance of the left and right views is increased. This gives a stereoscopic effect to far-away objects for which depth is normally not perceived.
Use of a longer than normal stereo base in order to achieve the effect of enhanced stereo depth and reduced scale of a scene; it produces an effect known as Lilliputism because of the miniaturisation of the subject matter which appears as a result. Often used in order to reveal depth discrimination in architectural and geological features. The converse of hypostereo.