In this third photographic excursion we must only touch briefly upon the stereograph.
"Atlantic Monthly, Vol. XII. July, 1863, No. LXIX." by Various
Have you ever tried a stereograph taken with the camera only the distance apart of the eyes?
"Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1 (of 2)" by James Marchant
It must be borne in mind that the stereoscopic angle is that subtended by one stereograph and the eye.
"Notes and Queries, No. 209, October 29 1853" by Various
The employment of stereographic projection is also interesting.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 6" by Various
Blanchard also repeats his "Zealot," and other subjects, and sends a frame full of his exquisite stereographs.
"The Evolution of Photography" by John Werge
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Dain Fagerholm is an artist/illustrator from Seattle who creates stereographic drawings of creatures that look like they've jumped from the pages of 'Where The Wild Things Are' or Matt Groening's "Life in Hell".
The Stereoscope and the Stereograph.
The Stereoscope and the Stereograph .
Dain Fagerholm is an artist/illustrator from Seattle who creates stereographic drawings of creatures that look like they've jumped from the pages of 'Where The Wild Things Are' or Matt Groening's "Life in Hell".
Santa Barbara artist Ethan Turpin recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for his stereograph project The Gilded Garden.
Stereograph Of A Silver Serving Set On A Round Table .
Stereograph Of A Silver Serving Set On A Round Table.
For the first time in 100 years, see Edgar Mix's stereographic photographs as they were meant to be viewed.
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Moreover, as it is completely clear from the form of the S 3 Laplace in stereographic coordinates (2.9), one may generate a new solution from the known ones by differentiating/integrating the latter over φ.
N=4 Supersymmetric MICZ-Kepler systems on S3
This null boundary has the topology of S 2 × R and an assignment of (Bondi) coordinates (u, ζ , ζ ), with u on the R part and (ζ , ζ ) as complex stereographic coordinates on the S 2 .
On Extracting Physical Content from Asymptotically Flat Space-Time Metrics
The directions are labeled by the complex stereographic angle (L, L) with the zero value taken along l and the inﬁnity along n.
On Extracting Physical Content from Asymptotically Flat Space-Time Metrics
It is convenient to work with the planar graphs obtained by pro jecting the 1-dimensional skeleton of our polyhedra into the plane stereographically.
Volumes in Hyperbolic Space
For the purpose of applications, here we describe some fundamental properties of the SU (n) coherent states. (1) Stereographic coordinates The decomposition (31) implies that the SU (n) coherent states may be represented in the complex numbers ζk such that ζk = ei(ϕk+1−ϕk ) tan(ξk ).
Generalized coherent states for SU(n) systems
On the ξ η disk D(0, r) we then have the Gauss map gn (ξ + iη ) which corresponds to the stereographic pro jection of Nn ; gn is holomorphic.
The Dirichlet problem for minimal surfaces equation and Plateau problem at infinity
The function g has a geometric meaning: it is the stereographic pro jection of the Gauss (or normal) map of the minimal surface ΦW .
Towards a classification of CMC-1 Trinoids in hyperbolic space via conjugate surfaces
Assume that X is contained in a vertical slab (i.e. the vertical component of X is bounded), that the stereographic projection g of the Gauss map of X satisﬁes g ∼ zα for z → 0 with 0 < α 6= 1, and that the vertical components of the boundary rays are | ˜ϕ−1(πα)|πα apart.
Towards a classification of CMC-1 Trinoids in hyperbolic space via conjugate surfaces
If the compactiﬁcation is obtained by using stereographic pro jection, then easy arguments show that the compactiﬁed polynomial knot is tame, and also smoothly embedded except possibly at the pole of the sphere where it has a nicely behaved algebraic singular point.
Polynomial knots
Using stereographic pro jection we may identify the one point compactiﬁcation of real n-space with the n-sphere.
Polynomial knots
Stereographic pro jection and the singularity at inﬁnity.
Polynomial knots
In this section we use stereographic pro jection to give an analytic chart for Rn at inﬁnity, then use this to describe the singularity of a polynomial knot at this point.
Polynomial knots
The compactiﬁcation ¯κ of κ under stereographic pro jection is the closure of the composition σ ◦ κ.
Polynomial knots
Let n ≥ 1, let κ : R → Rn be a polynomial map of degree d and let σ : Rn ∪ {∞} → Sn be stereographic projection.
Polynomial knots
Both of these requirements are met unambiguously (modulo cutoff effects) by overlap fermions: the index theorem as realized by the Ginsparg-Wilson relation gives the topology and the usual deﬁnition of the condensate as Σ = (1/Z )∂Z/∂m stereographically maps overlap eigenmodes onto the imaginary axis .
Parameters of the lowest order chiral Lagrangian from fermion eigenvalues
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