Magic Eye 3D Pics

Party Rooster

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I remember these things were popular in the 90's and I even have a couple of the books. Not everyone can see the "hidden" 3D image, but This is what Ron was talking about when he referenced the Twister photo and seeing something else in there:



I'm sure there's more out there, but these are from:
http://www.vision3d.com/sghidden.html
 
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don't see anything.. what is it supposed to be? Hint?
 

Johnny Manf

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I'm color blind so I think that prevents me from being able to do these. Or I just never did it right.
 

Davel23

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It's a coil. Kinda hard to see the effect in such a small picture.
 

blazin

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Yeah, I had to get real close to my monitor to see it.

It looks like this

 
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I stretched it on my desktop & still can't see it. Have to train myself to somehow.. I'm just too damn linear to notice.
 

Davel23

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I stretched it on my desktop & still can't see it. Have to train myself to somehow.. I'm just too damn linear to notice.
You have to look through your monitor, maaaaaaan!!!
 

Party Rooster

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I stretched it on my desktop & still can't see it. Have to train myself to somehow.. I'm just too damn linear to notice.
You have to look through your monitor, maaaaaaan!!!
He's actually right. You have to relax your eyes and UNFOCUS and REFOCUS for a few seconds from about 18 inches to two feet away. There's instructions on the link in my original post but try that first.

Definitely DON'T stretch it, just view it at normal size. Resize your desktop to 640x480 or 800x600 temporarily if you want to make it look bigger.
 

Arc Lite

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I'm colorblind too and can see them. I have to kind of make my eyes see blurry then focus and the image just appears, hard to explain but takes a couple of times sometimes.

The one above was a tough one, there's like one word above the other and makes it harder to become clear.
 
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rattfink

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide scary illusion.
Step away from your computer screen. You should see the two faces swap over! Come closer to the screen again and they swap again. Spooky, isn't it. This hybrid image was created by Phillippe G. Schyns and Aude Oliva of the Univ. of Glasgow. It proves that we may not be seeing what's actually there, all the time.