Are you any good at seeing Autostereograms? We find the secret is going a little bit cross eyed, plus practice helps.
But this one is quite good, so see if you can find the hidden animal. Picture credit: eyedoctors
Ah, the Magic Eye. For years, it made dolphins and sharks extrude from the bedroom posters of ’90s teenagers, and now it’s bringing an entire music video to life. For their latest track, “Black Is Good,” indie band Young Rival — as well as director Jared Raab and programmer Tomasz Dysinki — decided to use random dot autostereograms to convey the images, creating an illusion of depth. If you can “decouple” your eyes correctly, that is.
To see this video, watch in 1080p HD and follow the instructions at the beginning. If you're having trouble try the crossed-eye version here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUO5al...
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