three-dimensionality

NOUN
  1. the property of having three dimensions
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How To Use three-dimensionality In A Sentence

  • The pieces were displayed on shelves, propped against the wall, emphasizing their three-dimensionality.
  • The result is a visually disturbing, sculptural distortion, permanently "floating" in a virtual world of three-dimensionality.
  • In all four plaques the enameler has made plentiful use of the devices we have already discussed for creating a sense of three-dimensionality.
  • The academy would choose, on the other hand, to flatten human experience; Pinker may be a materialist but one that sees this universality; therefore, he vivifies - encourages our sense of three-dimensionality.
  • In order to create the illusion of three-dimensionality, the lenticular process uses the same principles as used in stereography.
  • I was fascinated by the shadings and three-dimensionality implied by variations in the spacings of fine lines, as well as by the shapes of the figure envelopes. Wolfram Blog : Exploring Logo Designs with Mathematica
  • Thus three-dimensionality was extrinsic to painting, which was essentially flat, in Greenberg's view.
  • In all four plaques the enameler has made plentiful use of the devices we have already discussed for creating a sense of three-dimensionality.
  • What this postcard does first is bedazzle you with the illusion of three-dimensionality.
  • Its flatness suggests two-dimensionality while the incurvations, slight protuberances and incisions suggest three-dimensionality.
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