. . are image pairs causing a three-dimensional impression when looked at with stereo viewing technique.
Here are examples with roses:
In order to enjoy a moving animation in stereo, download the MS-DOS .exe file mhbmagic.exe (34 kb) and run it on your PC.
Execution is safe of course, and it is best viewed in the evening or in a dark room (but don't fall into the the abyss of your monitor).
2. "tobleron", a MS-DOS randomly animated image generation (27 kb), and one possible result: .
3. an autostereogram with two intricated rings (800 x 600 pix).
4. the landscape "Hexental" near Freiburg, Germany, with the "Schönberg" mountain (height emphasized): (988 x 600 pix).
5. "dollar circulation" (800 x 600 pix), paying in Euro: (800 x 600 pix).
6. "the alps", a self-explaining image if you understand some German. (800 x 600 pix).
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