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#25747 01/14/02 09:01 PM
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I haven't been able to get into it, no matter how hard I try. I've been told flipping the book upsidedown and trying to look at all 4 corners at once serves the same purpose - is this true?








#25748 01/14/02 09:07 PM
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Thats the problem 'trying hard' only add's to the difficulty of it.

You want to use a 'soft, relaxed gaze'. That's it, that's all ... simple. Keep it simple.

If you're having difficulty getting into the soft gaze ... drop us a line. We'll see what else we can add to help you.







#25749 01/15/02 12:12 AM
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Try viewing sterograms is good practice for it. Use a search engine to look up stereograms. Look at your reflection in the monitor and they'll show up. You'll need a dark background stereogram to see your reflection though. Like when your computer boots up and you can see your reflection is what I'm talking about. Hope that helps.

-Will






#25750 01/16/02 06:37 AM
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I have one of those non-reflective flat computer screens. There is no reflection from it. However, I found a small flashlight (mini-mag), turned it on, and pointed it at the screen. That worked. I was able to stare at it and eventually see a few stereograms. Be warned though, not all stereograms are created equal. Many of them are very hard to see, at least for me. Others are easy. I believe there are a few different techniques for making them so that could be the difference. Iím in the process of anchoring the photofocus state so that Iíll be able to get into it on demand, but so far I still need the flashlight and I canít do it on printed papers yet.

Try http://www.eyetricks.com/3dstereo.htm. These seem to be some of the harder ones for me.

An easier site is: http://www.softsource.com/softsource/stereo.html

Good luck.








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