Stereograms are hidden 3D images. At first glance they seem to be only jumbled textures, but if you focus your eyes correctly the 3D image is revealed.
For those who have never before been able to see the 3D image in one of these pictures, here are some tips for viewing them.
Imagine that your monitor screen is a window, and that you wish to look at something through it. Do not focus on the front of the screen, but look deep into the monitor. Don't try too hard to see anything. Wait for a few moments and the image will float into view. The first time you look at one of these images is the hardest one to see them. Once you have seen one, you will know how to focus your eyes to see others, and you will see the rest almost instantly.
To view the stereograms, click on the buttons. Use your browser back button to come back here after viewing an image.
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