File:Phantogram projection diagram.svg
Diagram illustrating how a solid object can be projected as a pair of anamorphic images onto a flat plane (e.g. a sheet of paper). The images, when viewed from the correct vantage point and through 3D glasses to present one image to each eye, produce the illusion of solidity by mimicking the visual cues of perspective and depth perception. This optical illusion is known as a phantogram.
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