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Hidden Image Stereograms

This type of single image stereogram has a hidden image within it. Thus, the name. All the Hidden Image Stereograms in this 3D Art Gallery are set up for parallel-viewing. If you already know how to PARALLEL-VIEW choose from the stereograms below and enjoy. Otherwise, you might want to learn some of the Secrets of Seeing 3D first.

Hidden Candies
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Magic Eye © 1995

Interlocking Rings
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Magic Eye © 1995

Dinosaur
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Magic Eye © 1995

A Spring
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Magic Eye © 1995

Shark
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Magic Eye © 1995

Saturn
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Magic Eye © 1995

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by Magic Eye, Inc. and Rachel Cooper, Advocate of Vision Therapy Eye Exercises for Lazy Eye.
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