|This file is a stereogram. Stereograms are
stereoscopic images or animations which combine left and right frames showing slightly different visual angles to allow for 3D perception.
The sterogram uses the side-by-side parallel-view method. The left frame shows the left eye's perspective, and the right frame the right eye's perspective. It might be possible to view this image without a viewing device by diverging your eyes to visually combine the frames, or a stereoscope may be used.
A reproduction Holmes stereoscope.
|Source||Photo by Davepape|
(Reusing this file)
Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 17:01, 5 June 2006 [[:en:User:Davepape|Davepape]] 1904×1876 (175,212 bytes) <span class="comment">(A reproduction Holmes stereoscope. Photo by [[:en:User:Davepape]], 5 June 2006.)</span>