Interesting Pattern

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http://members.cox.net/mkdjgr/7126.gif


Scroll the page vertically.


Pretty cool, don't you think?


Do you know any other interesting patterns?
 
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jimmy p
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ugh all i can see is that image wobbling in front of my eyes....damn!!
 
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Originally posted by jimmy p
. . . wobbling . . .
That's exactly what I'm impressed with.
 
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Far out man!

Where's my Pink Floyd CD when I need it?
 
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Far out man!
 
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jimmy p
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dont even have to scroll the page, i get freaked out just looking at it!!!
 
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Somewhere out there is this optical illusion with 2 dots that you stare at for 30 seconds, then immediately stare at a flat surface while blinking your eyes and it looks like a picture of jesus- it's the imprint of the negative impacting your optical nerves- cool effect.
 
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Tsu
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Originally posted by Zantra
Somewhere out there is this optical illusion with 2 dots that you stare at for 30 seconds, then immediately stare at a flat surface while blinking your eyes and it looks like a picture of jesus- it's the imprint of the negative impacting your optical nerves- cool effect.
I've seen that one, too. I may have a copy around the house somewhere. If I can find it I'll scan it and post it. I also REALLY like the stereoscopic 3D ones. There are lots of them at this site:
http://www.vision3d.com/sghidden.html
I really like it when it comes into 'focus' you can just sit there and look all around inside 'the box'. I've gotten pretty good at viewing these - it takes only seconds for my parallel vision to kick in.
 
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Tsu
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Originally posted by Ivan Seeking
http://www.eyetricks.com/jesus.htm

Funny, this just came up in the S&D forum.
Should have known you'd be able to come right up with it...
 
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BTW, Zantra. That parallel viewing technique described at the site I linked is one that was used in Radiology for years. Two radiographs are generated - each one 12 degrees (IIRC) off of center. They would be hung side by side on the view box and then, using the PV technique we would get a 3D image of whatever - usually Water's views for paranasal sinuses. It was fun! 'Course CT blew THAT out of the water! (so to speak, you know water/Water's view - ar ar ar - ok, i'll stop now)
 

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