The verb to describe an effect
(generally negative) that results
from the conversion
of a 2D film in to a 3D, whereby aspects of the scene whilst having an overall sense of depth, appear more like
cardboard cut-outs rather that
fully depthed objects.
is created by the way the rotascope 'slices' the image in to its respective 3D elements, finer slices create more depth.
I did enjoy Burton's Alice movie, but at times the cardboarding was distracting.