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    Default Yin & yang with a twist

    I have done dozens of Yin & yang stereograms. It's a graphic that really lends itself to 3D treatments.

    This is one of my favorites.
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Yes, I can understand why, that's excellent Gary.
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Wow!

    Strange but just for a few seconds I had a moment when everything reversed and the outer area went to the very back giving even more depth. Iíve tried quite a few times again but can repeat it. Everything was crystal clear and I could look at it completely naturally. Never had that happen before. Is that a secret intention with the Yin & Yang Design?
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    very impressive that one Gary
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Really nice one and popped out right away.

    Question though: I seem to see a small gap -- and therefore the background -- between the lower left curves of the yin and yang.

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    the axes of the image are not aligned to the cardinal points [it's 'tilted'] - that could explain it ?
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Jonopen - You slipped into cross eyed viewing which is why everything was reversed. All my images are designed for parallel viewing but I find I see more depth if I look with cross eyes.

    Boy - When there is an overlap of something going behind another object there can appear to be a gap.
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    I get it. Funny thing that the gap doesn't show on the upper curve.

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    which is why I think it [the base shape] is, intentionally or otherwise, tilted, which could cause this POV
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    The depth of field is amazing!

 

 

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