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Magic Eye: The 3-D Guide or How to See 3D
ISBN: 0-8362-0467-0

A Training Manual by N.E. Thing Enterprises
(now, Magic Eye, Inc.), Marc Grossman, O.D. & Rachel Cooper

THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT -- OUT-OF-PRINT (a collector's item!)

[This book may be of interest to teachers and sports coaches of grade school, elementary school, junior high, middle or high school; teachers in the subjects of physical sciences, geometry, visual perception, conflict resolution, theatre games, science fairs, science camps, etc. It may also interest practitioners of sports psychology, experimental psychology, psychobiology, neuropsychology, sports medicine, sports vision, vision training, ophthalmology, biofeedback, neurofeedback, yoga, meditation, physical education, special education (special educators), physical therapy (physical therapists, P.T.s) and occupational therapy (occupational therapists O.T.s)] Magic Eye: The 3-D Guide from Andrews and McMeel was the first Magic Eye book which was educational, as well as entertaining. The 3-D Guide takes readers beyond the sheer pleasure of Magic Eye 3D and into the many benefits (visual health, and educational) of 3D viewing.

During the years 1993 - 1996, Magic Eye 3D illusions circled the globe as a worldwide phenomenon. Magic Eye publications were translated into over 26 languages and introduced millions to the experience of "free-viewing" (3D viewing with the naked eye -- no 3D glasses). One of the co-founders of Magic Eye, Tom Baccei, described the explosion of interest in Magic Eye viewing as a "nuclear chain reaction."

Many people have still not experienced the unique satisfaction of 3D viewing. A few folks have quickly filed 3D viewing under that popular category called "things I can not do." Still, 3D viewing is not difficult . . . provided one is not visually impaired and one is offered a few helpful hints.

Co-author and designer Rachel Cooper is well-qualified to lead viewers into new visual experiences. Ms. Cooper successfully used 3D viewing to cure her lazy eye and double vision.



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Magic Eye How to See 3D copyright © 1995; Out-of-Print
by Magic Eye, Inc. and Rachel Cooper, Advocate of Vision Therapy Eye Exercises for Lazy Eye.
All other images and text: copyright © 1996- by Rachel Cooper. All rights reserved.