stereo pair

stereopair

[ster-ee-oh-pair, steer-]
noun Photogrammetry.
a pair of photographs of the same area taken from slightly different positions so as to give a stereoscopic effect when properly mounted and viewed.

Origin:
stereo- + pair

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