A diagram or picture which represents objects in such a way as to give the impression of relief or solidity; also, a stereograph.
a high resolution hologram of the Microsoft logo that changes color and shape as the CD is tilted
a high-resolution three-dimensional hologram of the logo that changes colour and shape as the CD is tilted
a picture , which becomes three-dimensional, if you look at it in a certain way
a picture within a picture
a two-dimensional, computer-generated, graphic image that has a multi-dimensional image hidden in it
a two dimensional (flat) picture which, if viewed properly, gives the
Hologram produced from movie footage of a rotating subject. Images can be computer generated, animated, reduced or enlarged, or photographed on site. This is an alternative to the original hologram process, in which the subject is imaged directly onto the film with a laser exposure.
A general term for any arrangement of LH and RH views which produces a three-dimensional result, which may consist of (1) a side-by-side or over-and-under pair of images, (2) superimposed images projected onto a screen, (3) a colour-coded composite (anaglyph), (4) lenticular images, (5) a vectograph or (6) in film or video, alternate projected LH and RH images which fuse by means of the persistence of vision.