Avatar
MyLifeLounge MyLifeLounge
18,488 views| 15  Posts

Focus The De-Focus

**I love solving these.

They're puzzles are known as Aautostereogram / Stereogram.

Focus till you go de-focus (i know it's contradicting), you'll seethe hidden 3D image.** For me, I stare at the centre real close up, slowly when my vision 'change', I move back slowly to a distance I'm comfortable with to enjoy the picture. 

  # 1 - A living thing

# 2 - Same living thing (only it's moving too)

**By the way, this is the first time I discovered a moving one!

Have fun!**

almost 13 years ago 0 likes  8 comments  0 shares
Photo 23048
Funny pics, indeed! I just can figure out, that's is a bird?
almost 13 years ago
Photo 23604
o yea but i like th stable one more~~ :P i saw the pattern moves~~ but '3D'??? tight...... lol~~
almost 13 years ago
Photo 22005
Silky - it's not a bird. Beatrix - in each picture, there's a 'hidden' 3D image. The image is in the same texture/colour of the pic, except you can see it separates itself from the same background, that is if you can see. Don't worry if you can't, a couple of my friends cannot do this kind of stereogram too. But just keep trying anyway, cause once you know how to 'play' with your eyes, the new dimension you now see is so nice. :)
almost 13 years ago
Photo 31984
G H
Hmm... I can't spot anything... do I just need to stare at the centre, or do I need to cross my eyes? I remember looking at similar pictures a few years back - I spotted the hidden pictures only when I crossed my eyes (x-x)... get's a little dizzy after a while... (I'm such an idiot)! :-(
almost 13 years ago
Photo 22005
HuisyG - Sorry to get you all dizzy. I get that too after I do a complex series of pics. - To be frank with, I'm not very sure if I go cross-eyed to 'see'? But quite possible. My Process : 1) I basically stick my face right at the centre of the pic (eye level), let my vision go out-focus from prolonged viewing. 2) At this point, my eyes will automatically search to find a centre focal point, and the picture will appears to have depth. Then, I pull my face away from the pic slowly, while looking around other parts of the pic, slowly, basically trying to find the outline of the image. 3) Eventually, when I get the 3D image, I can sit at a comfortable distance (one arm's length for me), and enjoy the pic. Don't blink for steps (1) & (2). You can blink from step (3). Hope my method is applicable to u too.
almost 13 years ago
Photo 2578
Wow I can see that! I have a book where only such a picture is recorded.It seems to be useful for the eyesight recovery...
almost 13 years ago
Photo 31984
G H
Hey thanks for tip! :-)
almost 13 years ago
Photo 22005
Jiushi (*High Five*) HuisyG - You're welcome. So how now, did you manage to spot ?
almost 13 years ago

About

Give Peace A Chance

Learn More

Languages Spoken
english, mandarin
Gender
female
Member Since
October 5, 2006