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Connersville, IN - Get close to your screen and focus into the distance. Look for the third image in the middle. Once you see it slowly move back a little. Some can do this and a few cannot.

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Get close to your screen and focus into the distance. Look for the third image in the middle. Once you see it slowly move back a little. Some can do this and a few cannot.

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Since: Sep 08

Indiana

#1 Dec 11, 2010
These are fun to do (even when you get temporarily cross-eyed and blurred vision). My mom has a couple of the Magic Eye books and this stereogram is kinda like that. I was on a site last night that had optical illusions and they reminded me of your pic. Here's the link (so cool).

http://games.yahoo.com/braingames/brain-tease...

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Since: Oct 08

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#2 Dec 11, 2010
This one is kinda messed up. I'll try another and see if it isn't better.
It's hard on here because I have no control over the size. The smaller they are, the easier they are to see.

Since: Sep 08

Indiana

#3 Dec 12, 2010
I put a piece of dark paper on the side of the screen to block the advertisements/other stuff and was able to get the third image to come into focus. When doing these and Magic Eyes, I found that not having anything move outside of my peripheral vision works best. I am curious about your comment that the smaller they are, the easier they are to see. Stereograms seem to be somewhat different than Magic Eye.

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Since: Oct 08

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#4 Dec 12, 2010
Magic eye pictures can be viewed from a distance because they work on a slightly different principle. Stereograms work by the percieved juxtaposition of the two images forming a third image in between the normal viewing area between both eyes. So smaller images "cross" easier than larger ones. As you back away from the screen, it eventually becomes impossible to keep the third image in view.

Since: Sep 08

Indiana

#5 Dec 12, 2010
When doing Magic Eyes, I think the key is to focus, get the image in view, then gradually pull the image away from your face and keep it in view. The 3-D effect is so cool. By your explanation, I can see that stereograms do work differently, and I find them to be a bit harder than Magic Eye images. I was viewing other sterograms online earlier. Some of them I couldn't get to "work." Thanks for the info.

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