BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,

Woot ... go me ... or something

I have never been able to successfully "see" the hidden images in stuff like SIRDS (single-image random dot stereograms) "hidden picture" things. And, believe me, I've tried ... however, last night a friend sent me a link to a page that was dealing with holographic information, and included this image which, lo and behold!, I was able to "see".

I wonder if this is because any of the "hidden pictures" that I've tried to see before have been printed-on-paper sorts of things and this was on the computer screen. No matter what I've tried I've never been able to get one of the printed ones to "resolve" for me. In this case, I had to lean in towards the screen to about half the distance I typically view from, and then mess around with my focus (I found it needed a slight crossing of the eyes), but it was fairly easy to do. How odd that there is that much difference between the image on my monitor and that in a magazine or on a poster.

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