3D or 3-D may refer to:

  • Three-dimensional space, the physical universe
  • Stereoscopy, any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in an image




Other uses

  • 3D computer graphics, computer graphics that use a three-dimensional representation of geometric data
  • 3D film, a motion picture that enhances the illusion of depth perception
  • 3D television, television that conveys depth perception to the viewer
  • 3D printing, making a three-dimensional solid object of a shape from a digital model
  • 3D modeling, developing a mathematical representation of any three-dimensional surface of object
  • Biela's Comet, a lost periodic comet discovered in 1826
  • 3D (Long Island bus)
  • British Rail Class 207 sometimes known as 3Ds
  • 3-D Secure, a secure protocol for online credit and debit card transactions
  • Threepence (British coin), a denomination of currency used by various jurisdictions in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales
  • Middle finger, the third digit (abbreviated 3D) of the hand

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