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Magic Eye

You probably remember the magic eye images from some years ago. You have to look at these images as if you were looking at something behind it (look at infinity). When done right, you'll see a threedimensional image floating before your eyes, as if you could grab it. There are lots of these, but I'll only show the ones where it's not obvious that something's hidden in them. In other words, the image must show something meaningful.


Roses

Roses What do you see in these roses ?
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Helicopter

Helicopter There is a hidden helicopter in this tesselation by Escher. This is not the original artwork, but the changes are so subtle that it's barely visible.

Text stereogram - Stefan Van den Bergh, 2005

Text stereogram - Stefan Van den Bergh I was very surprised to learn this is actually possible : hide a stereogram in just text ! I you know how to see these things, you should be able to see a threedimensional shape in it.
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Candy, 1995

Candy What is hidden in this pile of candy ?
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RatingEyetricks - 3D stereograms
Gallery of 3D stereogram images.
RatingMake a text stereogram
Make your own text stereograms.
RatingMagic Eye Inc.
Home of the 3D stereograms (the ones you have to look cross-eyed at).
The Playful Eye
The Playful Eye
The Art of Bev Doolittle
The Art of Bev Doolittle
The Earth Is My Mother
The Earth Is My Mother
Can You See What I See?
Can You See What I See?
Where's Waldo ?
Where's Waldo ?
The Super Colossal Book of Hidden Pictures
The Super Colossal Book of Hidden Pictures

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