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Platonic_Solids_Stereo_1_-_Tetrahedron.gif(600 × 300 pixels, file size: 1.06 MB, MIME type: image/gif, looped, 300 frames, 9.0 s)
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This file is a stereogram. Stereograms are stereoscopic images or animations which combine left and right frames showing slightly different visual angles to allow for 3D perception.

The sterogram uses the side-by-side parallel-view method. The left frame shows the left eye's perspective, and the right frame the right eye's perspective. It might be possible to view this image without a viewing device by diverging your eyes to visually combine the frames, or a stereoscope may be used.

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English: Illustration of the tetrahedron, using four different methods to highlight its structure:
  • Rotation
  • Folding/unfolding
  • Translucency
  • Most importantly: Stereo vision, recommended viewing distance 50–70 cm at full resolution
Designed & rendered with Wolfram Mathematica 7, assembled & optimized with Ulead GIF Animator 5.
Français : Animation d'un tetraèdre, utilisant quatre méthodes distinctes pour faire apparaître sa structure : rotation, dépliage/repli, transparence, et vision parallèle (distance recommandée 50-70cm).
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Author JovanCormac
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