The effect produced by inadequate extinction of a pair of projected overlapping stereo images, so that one eye sees a proportion of the other-eye view as well as the intended view. Hence, ghosting - to describe thecondition.
Jargon term for the impression of enlarged size of objects in a stereo image due to the use of a stereo base separation less than normal for the focal length of the taking lens(es). See also hypostereo.
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