Cross your eyes to see this guy in 3D. Once the image merges on top of itself, you’ll see this guy in the middle of the flowers.
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I’ve always loved looking at Jellyfish. The see through bodies, vibrant colors and wondering how those dangley bits never got tangled up. All the wonders as I pressed my nose up against the glass at the aquarium.
Now, to see this Jellyfish in 3D, just cross your eyes until the two jellyfish merge or cross on top of each other. If you can get the center of it to merge, everything else will fall into place.
A friend of mine just got his eyes checked the other day and his eyesight improved by .25 in each eye on his prescription since he’s been looking at my stereo art Awesome!
So here’s an eye exercise to help you improve your eyesight too.
Cross your eyes until the images merge on top of each other. When you start to see the 3D, try looking from one flower to another.
They are all at different places in space.
After that, anything goes. There’s different areas of space in the background, and even in the girl. By mixing up any combination of where to look, your eyes will get a great work out. As with any muscle, a little work out will make it stronger.
It’s a Space Ball.
Can you see it going through the blue area?
Cross your eyes until the images fall on top of each other and you’ll see it. The longer you look at it, the more you will see.
What’s in the picture?
Cross your eyes until the question marks merge on top of one another, and the answer will be looking right at you.
The longer you look at this, the more you will get out of it……and if you sit back a little from the screen, you’ll see more depth.
This image is lost in itself. See if you can see what’s in the leaves.
Cross your eyes until the two groups of leaves fall on top of one another and see what pops out.
Can you follow the trail of the rocket ship through space? Can you see it travel in and out of the stars?
Cross you eyes until the images merge on top of each other and you’ll see it in 3D.
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