That’s right, you won’t need special glasses to view these 3D space pictures. Simply “stare into the screen and allow your eyes to defocus; you will get double vision as each eye sees the L & R images separately [and then] move your head towards and away from the screen until the two middle images overlap — the single overlapping image should be in 3D.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

[via Telegraph]

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That’s right, you won’t need special glasses to view these 3D space pictures. Simply “stare into the screen and allow your eyes to defocus; you will get double vision as each eye sees the L & R images separately [and then] move your head towards and away from the screen until the two middle images overlap — the single overlapping image should be in 3D.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

[via Telegraph]

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