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Autostereogram Tutorial Random Dot Shark

  • Description: Random dot stereogram showing a shark, to be watched with "wall-eyed"
  • Source: Fred Hsu, March 2005.

This random dot autostereogram encodes a 3D scene of a (colorfully dotted) shark swimming before a (colorfully dotted) background, like this: Stereogram Tut Shark Depthmap.png

It can be "seen" with proper "wall-eyed" viewing technique: the eyes have to be oriented as if focusing on an object behind the image, causing two neighboring repetition of the dot pattern to merge and the shark to appear.

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