|16 Mar 2010||#7|
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OK. Here's how to do it.
Look at the two red marks above the picture. Diverge your eyes as though you are looking through the image into the distance. Diverge your focus into the distance until you see two squares above the image turn into three squares.
When you clearly see three squares, at that distance the hidden 3D image will magically appear. Once you perceive the hidden image and depth, you can look around the entire 3D image easily. The longer you look, the clearer the illusion becomes.
It will be easier to find out the 3D image if you print the magic eye picture (black and white will also work).
Many people cannot see magic eye 3D picture because of they actually do not know or cannot figure out or master the process of how to see a magic eye 3D picture, but that does not mean that they have any problems in their eyes. If they try patiently then they will be able to see the hidden 3D image.
To see a magic eye 3D picture it requires using both eyes. Magic eye 3D image is created to generate a trick which provides a little different pattern into two eyes which send different viewpoint to the brain of the same picture, consequently creates a 3D illusion. That’s why a one-eyed person may never see a magic eye 3d illusion.
I shall provide the solution later, and also a link to some more images for you to try.
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