Definición de parallax en inglés:

parallax

Silabificación: par·al·lax
Pronunciación: /ˈparəˌlaks
 
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sustantivo

1The 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.
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  • An improved configuration uses a splitter mirror to eliminate the effects of parallax but not the differences in lenses.
  • Each element was then centered in the lens to decrease distortion from lens curvature or parallax.
  • Other achievements of Aepinus include improvements to the microscope, and his demonstration of the effects of parallax in the transit of a planet across the Sun's disk.
1.1The angular amount of parallax in a particular case, especially that of a star viewed from different points in the earth’s orbit.
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  • He also gives the tables of the longitudinal and latitudinal parallaxes for certain geographical latitudes, tables of eclipses, and tables of the visibility of the moon.
  • Read Eco's novel, which is full of Paris meridians, lunar parallaxes, the moons of Jupiter, and the Powder of Sympathy.
  • The work on double stars had been undertaken as a continuation of his father's work which attempted to measure the parallax of a star.

Origen

late 16th century (also in the general sense 'fact of seeing wrongly'): from French parallaxe, from Greek parallaxis 'a change', from parallassein 'to alternate', based on allassein 'to exchange' (from allos 'other').

Derivativos

parallactic

Pronunciación: /ˌparəˈlaktik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He wrote Scipta giving details of his instruments and these, including dials, quadrants, safea, astrolabes, armillary astrolabe, torquetum, parallactic ruler, and Jacob's staff are described in.
  • However, we have strong evidence that this is not a biological reality, but instead can be attributed to a known parallactic measurement bias when using some binocular microscopes.

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