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Floater or Wallpaper Stereograms

This type of single image stereogram does not have a 3D image hidden within it. These are called "floaters" because objects in the image that can already be seen during normal viewing will float toward you during 3D viewing. These are also called "wallpaper" stereograms because they have repeating patterns like wallpaper. (Believe it or not, some people have been known to attempt 3D viewing wallpaper. Yes, that stuff on the walls. For advanced viewers only).

All the Wallpaper or Floater 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 one of the Secrets of Seeing 3D first.

Dimensional Dots
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Magic Eye © 1995

Floating Candies
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Magic Eye © 1995

Flying Fish
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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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