Sunday, March 25, 2007

Can you see it?

It's a 3-D cube!

They're called stereograms.
They came and went in the late 90's -early 2000's.
I haven't really seen them since.

If you don't know how to *see* it, follow these steps.
  1. Click on the image to make it full size.
  2. Focus your eyes about a foot BEHIND the screen. (Try looking at the wall behind your moniter and sloooowly sliding youe eyes sideways)
  3. You'll start to see some kind of change in the picture, DON'T change your focus.
  4. Soon you'll get a better image, try slooowwwwly moving your head back and forth a little bit.
  5. When your eyes 'recognize" the image, you can start to look AT it, instead of through it.

Try some more:

This is a hollow cube with rings. (it's kinda hard to see the sides until you get used to it- this could be stereograph 3.0)

Now that you've got the hang of it, try a moving picture!

If you have trouble, try and give it a break- then come back. It took a while before I could just look and *see*.

Ok, one more for Easter! It's bigger, so it might be easier to see.

Ok, one more- how about a naked cowgirl...floating across the ceiling?

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