Eye Tricks

Eye Tricks

Incredible 3D Stereograms

Book - 2005
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Stereograms are pictures within pictures. Their unique appeal lies in their ability to trick our perception. They are visual conundrums that possess the ability to infuriate us on the one hand and delight us on the other. Be prepared to experience both emotions as you turn the pages of this magnificent collection of images. Eye Tricks presents a fascinating assortment of 200 designs specially created for the book by two of the world's leading creators of stereograms. With a useful guide on how to 'see' the working stereogram, you too will be able to discover the hidden dimensions of each of these intriguing images. From sci-fi bizarre to serenely beautiful, you will discover within these pages an array of eye tricks that constitute stand-alone works of art. Book jacket.
Publisher: Edison, NJ : Chartwell Books, 2005
ISBN: 9780785820550
Branch Call Number: 152.14 P94e
Characteristics: 255 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Levine, Gene


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May 15, 2018

Wow!!... I repeat.... Wow!! WOW!! WOW!!!

It may take plenty of practice relaxing your eyes (and you might even go cross-eyed once in a while) - But, once you've accustomed your vision - Then - You are gonna be thrilled to pieces gazing at these full-colour 3-D Stereograms. You really are.

Impressively created and compiled by Gary Priester and Gene Levine - This varied assortment of 200 3-D optical illusions are as close to having an honest-to-goodness psychedelic experience as you'll ever get without the need of getting stoned.

So, put on your favourite music and then get yourself ready to visit a whole new world of optical perception thanks to these specially created images for your viewing pleasure.

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