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| p.6 #20 · 3D at f/1.0 for SKumar and Dan GM |
Well wait a minute.
Through commercial exploitation and popular laziness, the term 3D has come to be used for any rendering of visual three dimensionality, stereoscopy, isometrics, animations, graphics, et cetera ad nauseum. So if you want to label any sense of visual depth or "presence" in imagery you are probably stuck with the term 3D if you want any undifferentiating peasant to understand you. Canon's use of the term three dimensionality is probably one of the more responsible usages to describe the visual illusion we are not successfully discussing.