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#41239 03/31/04 09:41 AM
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hi everyone ...
does anyone know links for 3d pictures that help in photoreading






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About 60 images here http://www.eyetricks.com/3dstereo.htm

Magic eye also has a small collection http://www.magiceye.com/3dfun/stwkdisp.shtml

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thanx alex for the sight www.magiceye.com
that what i was looking for
but do i have to know the pictures if i want to photoread ? Do i have to master this skill
i used to photoread from a long time ( probably 6 months to 1 year) but i noticed that i dont understand the magiceye sight pictures
probably this is the reason why i photoread a lot the same book with different angels

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No, you don't need to be able to see magiceye type pictures to photoread. For some people this will be physically impossible.

Just use the X-technique, notice the pattern of white, notice the white borders and four corners of the book. Use a softer wider focus. When we say softer we mean is realxed easy on the eye, Kind of like whne you relax and daydream. The X-technique works like a charm. The blip page is just a signal or cue that you also have photofocus, if you let go and just use the x-technique I'm sure you'll find it much easier just to get on with it and photoread.

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If this is physically impossible to some people, I would suggest that they try looking at some of the artists from whom Magic Eye was derived.

Try these artists:
Victor Vasarely- http://www.vasarely.org/virtual-gallery.html

Bridget Riley- http://www.allposters.com/GetThumb.asp?CID=AF9687DA85C14FB6BC0D2AB5EAF49789&c=a&search=Riley%2C+Bridget

And Homage to the square (specifically the studies with more extreme colors) by Josef Albers- http://www.allposters.com/GetThumb.asp?CID=AF9687DA85C14FB6BC0D2AB5EAF49789&txtSearch=homage+to+the+square







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