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Magic Eye Patterns

Magic Eye Patterns were pretty much a page of random patterns that looked like static on the TV. However, if you looked at them the right way (or lied) you could see a 3D picture.

The patterns were found in magazines and books and on posters and there were a lot of people around telling you how to see them. I remember sitting with your nose to the page and slowly moving it away from you, putting it behind glass or simply staring at it for several hours until your eyes got tired. But I think the most commonly used way was to look on the page that told you what you should be seeing and lie.


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Magic Eye Patterns Last post by sixtyten
14 December 2008

Do You Remember Magic Eye Patterns?

Do You Remember Magic Eye Patterns?

  • Anonymous user
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    My kids both had these books. One boy could do it and one couldn't. The one who couldn't used to get really mad and sulk! I must admit I was quite good at them. They are sooo addictive once you get the hang of it. I loved them!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember all the kids at my elementary school wanted to get these books out of the library. They were really popular but I never got the point.
  • lokirat
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    this pic is a kangaroo. i see them in 10 second, and takes longer as they get bigger. you can use it very well to cheat on spot the difference puzzles :) you relax the eye muscle and the differences are the non solid lines- they tend to flicker. i loved magic eye so much. my grandad taught me to see them. its a lot of fun and worth trying. i found looking down toilet tubes helped to begin. lol