How do I use stereograms in 3D object viewer?
What are the different types of stereograms?
- The stereograms on this page are autostereograms, which means that they are contained in a single image and do not require a stereoscope to view. Another type of stereogram consists of two images taken from slightly different angles, viewed through a stereoscope so that each eye sees only one image. Cross-view stereograms are also fun.
- 1. Put your stereogram behind a glass frame or window or laminate it with a glossy plastic. 2. Turn on a lamp behind you so that you can see its reflection in the glass. 3. Then look at the lamp in the reflection and the hidden image should pop up right where the lamp is.
Can I get a stereogram of a moving image?
- Stereograms of moving images are also possible. Here is an autostereogram music video: If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV's watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer.
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