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    I know that my hearing is going .
    But now my eyesight seems bad as well !
    What do I see, with or without my glasses ?

    I just see colours everywhere, but she's not there

    colours, dots, and a wire or a fence
    in short :
    THE MYSTERY OF YOU !

    yet, now I seem to see faces (16 of them - I must be seeing things!)...

    beste groeten - sincères salutations - kindest regards - atentamente - mit freundlichen Grüßen

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    Default I see

    I see faces and/or waves.

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    Talking I just love 3D cards, I see a horse !!!

    I just love 3D cards, I see a horse !!!

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    I see faces too, but the little red dots surely are SOMETHING!! Can't see it though.
    Los hombres son superiores a las mujeres porque Alá les otorgó la primacia sobre ellas. Portanto, dió a los varones el doble de lo que dió a las mujeres. Los maridos que sufrieran desobediencia de sus mujeres pueden castigarlas: abandonarlas en sus lechos, e incluso golpearlas.
    No se legó al hombre mayor calamidad que la mujer."


    El Corán (libro sagrado de los musulmanes, recitado por Alá a Maomé en el siglo VI)


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    Quote Originally Posted by shootingstar
    I just love 3D cards, I see a horse !!!
    GREAT SHOOTINGSTAR!!! It's a horse!!!

    Now for those who can't see it:

    This photos are in a format that requires cross-eyed viewing. It sounds worse than it is, and most people can view 3D pictures in this way (unless you have been cross-eyed before or have some other handicap involving one of your eyes). Some people need more time than others to perfect the mechanism, but once you have done so, it is really easy to do.

    Free-vision fusion requires patience and practice because your willpower and eyes must do the work of the stereo viewer. You must be able to focus where your eyes aren't looking.

    Techniques:
    1. Place the image in Figure 1 in the center of your screen.
    2. Sit at your normal distance.
    3. Slowly cross your eyes. You will see a double image, or four dots.
    4. Continue to cross until the middle two images overlap.
    5. Adjust focus on middle image, keeping the two images overlapped.
    6. You should see the blue circle floating above the black circle.

    Figure 1

    If the blue circle is underneath the black circle, you have used the parallel free-vision fusion technique, which is more difficult, and tends to give me a lasting headache.

    If you are having problems with this method, try the following alternate method:
    1. Place index finger between images at bottom.
    2. Focus on your index finger.
    3. Slowly bring your finger towards your nose, staying focused on your finger, but paying attention to the background images in your peripheral vision. You will notice that instead of two images, there are four images floating about.
    4. Continue bringing your finger closer to your nose- you will see the two middle images moving towards each other.
    5. When the two middle images are aligned, or are on top of each other, stop moving your finger. You will now see three images in the background. The middle one contains the left/right images overlapped.
    6. Slowly remove your finger from your field of vision, while keeping the middle two images aligned.
    7. Gradually force your focus out to the combined left/right image in the middle.
    8. If you have problems keeping a lock on the middle image, try leaving your finger in the image for a while, but still focusing on the center image. Use your finger to regain left/right fusion.
    9. If at first you fail, don't worry. It took me a while. Relax, go away and rest your eyes, and try it again later.
    Good luck my friends! It took me quite a long time to do it, but it's really worth it. Believe me!

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    Default cross-eyed

    I had several operations on my eyes :
    new lenses implanted
    and laser corrections.
    But I am NOT cross-eyed and quite happy about it !

    So I’ll pass on this one ...
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    mmm is it three horses? or just one? i swear i saw three. is this going to trigger a flashback?

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    I see a horse... moving? Am I crazy or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariacecilia
    I see a horse... moving? Am I crazy or what?
    Moving? no... it's really still... keep trying

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