Ste"re*o*graph(?), n. [Stereo- + -graph.] Any picture, or pair of pictures, prepared for exhibition in the stereoscope. Stereographs are now commonly made by means of photography.
Ste`re*o*graph"ic*al(?), } a. [Cf. F. strographique.] Made or done according to the rules of stereography; delineated on a plane; as, a stereographic chart of the earth.
(Geom.), a method of representing the sphere in which the center of projection is taken in the surface of the sphere, and the plane upon which the projection is made is at right andles to the diameter passing through the center of projection.
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