Stereoscopic Anamorphosises

Exceptional three-dimensional pictures that achieve incomparably amazing effects are stereoscopic anamorphosises. This term was introduced by Achim Bahr, who himself used it the first time for his work Immaterielles Schachspiel. In contrast to customary stereo-pictures, this way of representation underlies a special technique of reproduction: When the picture, that lies horizontally in front of the observer, is seen from a diagonal angle of about 45°, the representation raises straight upright out of the plane! Although the virtual model appears perspectively, the scale is always preserved in all directions.

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