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Anyone heard of "Magic Eye"? It is a website started in the 90s that made, and patented, images that have hidden 3D effects. No 3D glasses are needed. You just need to look at them, cross your eyes for a few seconds, then slowly uncross them to see the 3D image emerge. It was sort of a craze in the 90s, and books were sold in the pre-Internet years. There is also a website that lets you make your own "stereogram," that's what it's called. I made a simple one that has the hidden text "3D" in it. See if you can find it. The 3D effect is fairly vague, and that is just the nature of these things. But you do see depth and distance that indicates dimensionality. It works best if you see it full screen on a black background. Crossing your eyes repeatedly could cause fatigue, so be careful. The neat thing is that once you see the 3D effect, you may keep seeing it even if you blink or move your head. You may even have a hard time "snapping out" of your 3D vision to see it back in 2D again. Like all optical illusions, this 3D effect makes your eyes (and you) believe in what they see and subsequently get used to what they see.
Date: Jun 16, 2017   


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