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Autostereogram Tutorial Clean Background

  • Description: This is an example of a wallpaper with repeated horizontal patterns. Each pattern is repeated exactly every 140 pixels. The illusion of a plane (flat surface) created by the brain lies behind the wall. However, non-repeating patterns such as the arrows and words appear on the same plane where this text lies.
  • Source: Fred Hsu, March 2005.
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