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Autostereogram Tutorial Horizontal Gradient Pattern

  • Description: This is a pattern image to be tiled by autostereogram-generating software according to depth map. Patterns in this image become smaller and smaller down the x-axis, until they become random dots. The brain is still able to matches these random dot patterns in the final stereogram.
  • Source: Fred Hsu, March 2005.

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