If you never were able to see hidden images inside the Magic Eye posters, try this tool. You won't need to diverge or cross your eyes, animation will help you to see it. Even if you have depth perception difficulties or binocular vision problems, you can discover hidden 3D world with this method.
1. Paste or type in the URL of the any JPEG image and click the [Load] button *
2. As soon as the image is loaded it will begin to shake.
3. Adjust Focus slider until a hidden image appears.
4. Adjust the Speed as well for better viewing.
Different position of Focus will "open" different level of depth. Play with it and uncover the scene layer by layer.
* Some images will not open from the web - you will need to download them to your hardrive first and then enter their location, instead of URL
* Some image formats and some versions of JPEG are not supported by Flash - please convert or resave them with any graphical tool you have.
I can't see anything! ;( I've never been able to work Magic Eyes and eventually my science teacher, while we learning about visual perception from transduction to the Gestalt principles told me a small percentage of the population never can, grrrr. GRRRRRRR. at least now i know from the comments and my results it really is futile and i am retarded. ;( awesome device!
I do not need that too but it is great thing. If I only had this 10 years before, when I was struggling to see pictures. Can I download this flash animation? I get swc file but I can not find reader for swc?
Oh yay!! Thanks for sending me this link. I finally can see them, even though I don't have any depth perception! The terminator one especially seemed to work for me. With the others I could just see the outlines of the object and the rest of it seemed flat. Perhaps I need to play around with the speed and focus some more. Thanks for this tool, I really appreciate it!!
That's a great idea for a Flash. I know many people who can't view Magic Eye pictures, though I have a feeling that some of them still couldn't see them even if they used this tool. I like the way you can use just about any picture with this tool.