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    "6428 - Group of Lions, Hagenbach's" copyright 1905 Keystone View Company

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    1. eugene_lemay 40 months ago | reply

      Actually, you don't need a viewer to see these in 3D. If you cross your eyes (bringing the two images together) your brain will decide it is a stereoscopic image and, suddenly, it will be in focus and in 3D. You can also consider the image to be at a distance, and relaxing the eyes will put them parrallel and the same effect takes place.

      It takes some practice, and not everyone can do this. I have never met a woman who can do this.

    2. tatarize 40 months ago | reply

      I have, learning it has nothing to do with gender. It's a really awesome trick. When combined with those "Find the Differences" puzzles you feel like a super-hero.

      Without looking in 3D you can't see things like the background is fake and flat, whereas the rafters above them are behind the background drape and real.

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