Things 3D or Dimensionalized

Wel­come to and things 3D.

You have prob­a­bly won­dered what does ‘Dimen­sion­al­ized’ mean? Well, a pho­to­graph has length and width but there real­ly is no height to the pic­ture. It is real­ly just flat! But if you could add or sim­u­late depth and/or height, then the pic­ture would be 3D or become
Dimen­sion­al­ized. So, to make some­thing dimen­sion­al, is to add HEIGHT.
Therefore, …
2D = length x width.
3D = length x width x HEIGHT.

Well, there you have it in a nutshell.The three D’s in 3D.

You will find that there are many pages on this web­site. They don’t all look the same nor do they all deal with things 3D but you will find that it is all very interesting.

That’s all for now and I’m Paul Glover.
I hope you enjoy your brows­ing, view­ing and playing.


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      80% think,
      20% do.
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      As anoth­er expres­sion goes:
      “Do, — or Do-Not,
      There is no try.”

      So how can one Do, if one has not studied?
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