Stereograms are fun! You've probably seen them as you walk around a mall.
They're the pictures that look like dots, but really have a hidden image under the dots.
Stereograms are actually 3D images hidden within another picture.
This year, BlackDog has 6 cool stereograms, each with a Halloween theme. Check them out and see if you
can see the hidden Halloween word!
To view the 3-D images, stare at the picture until the image starts to take shape.
See the Tips for Viewing Stereograms if you are having trouble seeing them.
A good place to start: BlackDog's Home Page
BlackDog's Halloween Party
Tips for Viewing 3-D Stereograms:
- Pick a spot on the picture (the middle seems to work best) and just stare at it.
- Allow your eyes to relax, don't just stare AT the image, try to stare THROUGH it. You'll notice your eyes will go slightly out of focus. This is normal.
- Keep staring, don't give up, once you begin to see the first image, it gets much easier.
- If you are still having trouble viewing the stereograms, please see the article entitled "Why Some People Cannot See Hidden Stereogram Images" by Jason Weekley.
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