the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions, e.g., through the viewfinder and the lens of a camera.
-the angular amount of parallax in a particular case, especially that of a star viewed from different points in the earth’s orbit.
Can you use it in a sentence please?
um, er, Another sentence please?
When switched on, the parallax barrier controls the direction at which the light leaves the display and the way it hits your eyes.
Also, there isn’t really anything great to scale the video with and there could be some parallax errors.
What’s interesting is that this distribution compensates for the phenomenon of motion parallax.
The bigger shift creates too great a false parallax, making it tough to resolve.
We know how far away planets are by using parallax and more trig to calculate distance.
The rays aren’t parallel, it’s that there is minimal parallax due to the width of the aperture
All I can think of is kaleidoscope!
Our lives are all just one parallax. One giant kaleidoscope waiting to be viewed for all its worth. A parallax of little beads that fall perfectly in place anywhere they fall. Somehow managing to fit exactly where they need to fit to absorb all the light and all the beauty they can possibly reflect. When they all fall together perfectly they only look imperfect from the perspective of the viewer.
” Beauty is in the eye of the parallax.”