I, Bryan, have always been fascinated with single image stereograms. I think they came about in the early 90s and I just rediscovered a bunch of them on the Internet. Check this out if you want to see more. If anybody knows of any other good websites that have a bunch of single image stereograms let me know. For those of you who do not know what these are or how they work, let me try to explain. Single image stereograms create a three-dimensional illusion based on the human stereoscopic vision, or in other words the ability of the human eye to see depth, be it two or three-dimensional. From a seemingly random picture, you should expect to see a 3D image appear when correctly viewed. Good luck and enjoy!
This is in honor of Mother's Day and all the great mothers out there. Mothers are the best and as we all know, if it wasn't for our mothers none of us would be here. In this picture you should see a rose as if you were looking down on it from directly above.
In this image you should see the full body of a lion facing to the left.