Autostereogram with Depth Adjustment

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An autostereogram is a 2D image designed to create the visual illusion of a 3D image. By adjusting the spacing between a particular tiled object (the black dots), you can change the viewing depth of that tiled object with respect to the others. The image must be viewed as a stereogram for this effect to be seen (i.e. with a "magic-eye" view).

Contributed by: Anshul Kogar (July 2014)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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