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Another stereogram quickie :D
Only works full view (zoom).

This might be a bit more difficult to see than my previous submission, since theres not much to focus on right in the middle... Make sure you have almost the entire image in your field of view and maybe focus a tad to the left or right when trying to get the focus right...

Ps: Remember that the further away from the screen you manage to move, the more horrifying depth you will get! =D

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Edit:
Someone posted it on reddit: [link]
(a copy hosted outside DA so you don't need an account to view it)
:P
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:iconstewped:
stewped Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Damn! You got me with this one. HAHA! Now if only you could incorporate a rick-roll in much the same fashion.
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2010  Professional
hmm... a short sequence could be possible... you can make animated autostereograms... someone just have to bother to convert it to 3D (rotoscoping ahoy!). ;)
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:icongambor:
gambor Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
hahaha lol
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:icondeaagenia:
DeaAgenia Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2010
I saw it after a long time... But I only see it inverted :/ His hole's sticking out :/
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2010  Professional
Then you are viewing it cross-eyed. That's the good way I think, but unfortunately this is old so I made it parallel because that seemed to be the norm for this kind of image.

Anyway, my other stereograms that are not autostereograms (magic eye/hidden image) can be viewed the way you are doing it in all their glory!
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:icondietsoduh:
DietSoDuh Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Something pops out but i cant understand what it is :XD:
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010  Professional
(make sure you view it cross-eyed)

If you don't get it consider yourself untainted and move on to better stereograms ;)
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:iconlauren-bennett:
lauren-bennett Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I died.

You're amazing.
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:icongypsiewolf:
GypsieWolf Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2009
I... just got punked. *hangs head in shame*

=D Awesome stuff. Rofl.
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:iconad-noctum:
Ad-Noctum Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2009  Professional Photographer
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!


Thank you :)
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2009  Professional
I think you are the first one to thank me... I'm scared. O_o

1.6180339887498948482045868343656381177203091798057628621354...
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:iconad-noctum:
Ad-Noctum Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009  Professional Photographer
not in an awkward way..... it's just hilarious :)
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:icondasmentor:
DasMENTOR Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I hate you ._.
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:iconkosmic-stardust:
Kosmic-Stardust Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2009
Wow - I just stared into a gigantic anus!!!
:analprobe: :eatshit:
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:iconsergiocornaga:
sergiocornaga Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2008
This is genius. How do you make these?
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2009  Professional
There are several programs that can generate "magic eye" stereograms based on depth maps or 3D models (like this one).

Some people like the excitement of finding the hidden images in these, but personally I prefer cross-eyed stereo pairs that don't hide the image. They are full colour (unlike the crappy red/cyan ones that require glasses).
To make stereograms that are not hiding inside patterns, the best tool is for Windows and is called "Stereo Photo Maker" [link] (may be emulated on OSX).

Example stereograms: [link]
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sergiocornaga Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2009
I've never been able to get cross eyed stereograms to work for longer than a fraction of a second, and I usually hurt my eyes pretty badly in the process. A shame, really.

I remember I attempted making some magic eye images a year or so ago. The results were satisfactory, but I had a lot of trouble getting smooth 3D progression, if that makes sense. In my images it was sort of like split into groups of 2D layers at various depths, but I think that was the fault of the program I was using.
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chain Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2009  Professional
Probably the fault of the program, at least if you had a 3D model as the base.

For cross eyed, make sure you're not too close. Try like 1 meter from the monitor :) I practised a lot last year when I was working with stereo photography, and now it takes me like half a second to adjust when I see a stereo image, and it doesn't hurt my head (unless the images are poorly aligned).
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sergiocornaga Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2009
Actually I was using a grayscale depth map, not that it makes much difference. I guess I'll look around for a better program.

I will persevere with stereograms, hopefully I'll be able to get the hang of it one day.
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chain Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2009  Professional
Make sure your depth map has smooth transitions (maybe even try making it 16-bit if your program supports it). It is easier to accidentally get those "steps" when using a depth map instead of a 3D model directly.
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:iconoutsidefate:
OutsideFate Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2008  Student Digital Artist
this is NOT goatse, is it?
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2008  Professional
it is... -.-
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:icontasogare51:
tasogare51 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008
This is awesome! It's like staring into the depths of the universe...

...only, I'm staring at a familiar image that I once found horrifying.

Nice work!
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:icononizaru:
onizaru Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2008
Thats nice right there. How come it is backwards though. It should go in in the middle not come out. Maybe its just something i don't know about stereo grams.
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2008  Professional
The depth becomes inverted if you view it the wrong way. There's two ways to view stereograms. Cross-eyed (your eyes crossing in front of the image - like looking at your nose) and wall-eyed(your eyes looking at something really far away).

This is supposed to be viewed wall-eyed.
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:iconpasov:
PASOV Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
not only full view ...
but we have to be good in full view to manage to see it in normal view cuz we have to cross our eyes really shortly
understand me ? sorry I'm french
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Professional
This one is wall-eyed (eyes converging far behind screen). Not supposed to cross your eyes.
- If you cross your eyes the depth will get inverted and it will look wrong. :)
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PASOV Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah I know all this :)
I didn't know the right word
I'm just saying we can converge our eyes as much as needed to see that hands in not-full-view ...
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wilhel1812 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2007
uæææææææ!!!! får aldri disse til å funke :S

tips?
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007  Professional
There's two types of these: wall-eyed, and cross-eyed.
Wall eyed: your eyes converge behind the screen while focus remains on the screen.
Cross-eyed: your eyes converge in front of the screen while focus remains on the screen. I think this is easier.
The trick that makes stereograms difficult at first, is that usually convergence and focus is linked unconsciously by the brain (you always focus on what you look at). Everyone can do it, but it takes a bit of training to unlink them. Personally when viewing cross-eyed stereograms now I don't even concentrate or get headaches, I just shift my eye convergence in like half a second...

Always stay relaxed. If you're tense you get headaches easily.
Some people who wear glasses will find it easier to if they take them off as long as they can move close enough to the image to see it clearly.

This one is wall-eyed and a bit tricky the first time as it's just a big goatse-hole in the middle ;) It might be better to learn the technique using my DA logo stereogram.

The technique for these is move your nose all the way up to the monitor and look straight forward... that way you're so close that your eyes can't converge or focus on the monitor. Then, without changing focus or moving your eyes, slooowly move your head backwards. If you accidentally focus on the picture, start over. When you start seeing shapes in the image (still out of focus) stop moving your head, and just relax. Your eyes will hopefully slide into focus after a little bit. It's quite hard at first. When you have focus, try moving a bit further back to increase the apparent depth :)

To see a cross-eyed full-colour stereogram, see my Remorse 2007 stereogram (looks like two images next to eachother). Here the technique is different, and you will have to stay at least 1m from the screen or it will get more uncomfortable. You will have to cross your eyes (like looking at your nose) until the two images merge.
Another technique someone had success with was holding up a finger to focus on, and removing it when convergence was correct.
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:iconaniabeataa:
aniabeataa Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2007   Digital Artist
nice work :)
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:iconathril-caine:
Athril-Caine Featured By Owner May 29, 2007  Student General Artist
oh you !@#$ing bastard, that's horrible.

god damn fantastic though.
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:iconsuperjamiedotnet:
superjamiedotnet Featured By Owner May 28, 2007
how do you make these?
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2007  Professional
I used a program i found online... can't remember it right now... just search for it. There are several programs that can generate stereograms based on depth maps or 3D models.
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:icondoitroygsbre:
Doitroygsbre Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2006
MY EYES!

good job :rofl:
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:iconsugaryd:
SugaryD Featured By Owner May 13, 2006
damn. ummm MWHAHAHA :mwahaha:
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:iconsugaryd:
SugaryD Featured By Owner May 13, 2006
:muhaha:
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:iconbob-ross:
bob-ross Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2005
oh... oh wow. that is just plain awful!


i love it.
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:iconopalmist:
OpalMist Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2005
Bloody brilliant!
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:iconpsychobadger:
Psychobadger Featured By Owner May 26, 2005
AWWW!! I cant see any of your stereograms!! I wanna see the 3d goatse!
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner May 28, 2005  Professional
Just keep trying... When you figure out the techinique it gets a lot easier...
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:iconlemontea:
lemontea Featured By Owner May 8, 2005
Dear God, that's messed up!

Is this like, covered in the policy?
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner May 9, 2005  Professional
No, I'm not sure if stereogram-goatse is covered... But it could be... It's been many years since i read it, and with Jark and his probe, you never know... ;)
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:iconchojo:
Chojo Featured By Owner May 4, 2005
I can't see ittt!!!!
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner May 5, 2005  Professional
If you can't see stereograms, you probably just need som practise. Try my DA stereogram, it's easier.
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:iconnowisee:
NoWiSee Featured By Owner May 3, 2005
Goatse sterogram.. nice..
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:iconherod:
herod Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2005
Hahah, goatse :-) Quite easy to see...
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:iconaquilier:
aquilier Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2005
Ok, nå dumma jeg meg ut... Jeg ser, jeg ser - dessverre:P
Hva sier madam'en om slike bilder da??:P
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:iconchain:
chain Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2005  Professional
Goatse! =D

Madammen overlever... ;)
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:iconaquilier:
aquilier Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2005
I see it, but I still don't understand WHAT it is a image of...

Digger hendene!!! Men skjønner ikke hva hullet er eller hva det er et hull i...
Would you mind telling me?

Ufattelig kult at du klarer å lage slikt da! Er det vanskelig???
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