I was not familiar with a Hilbert cube prior to seeing this new stereogram created by Gene Levine. It is named after the German mathematician David Hilbert, and even when I read the definition, I am still not exactly sure what it is. Here is how Wikipedia defines the Hilbert cube: The Hilbert cube is […]
Today’s image is a new hidden image stereogram from Gene Levine. Stare at the colorful pattern and a secret image will emerge. Can you see it? What is it? If you are having trouble viewing the stereogram, please read these 3D stereogram viewing tips. (via Eyetricks 3D Stereograms)
While browsing through some of the illusion categories on An Optical Illusion, I realized that I have not posted any stereograms at all during 2015. That seems like a shame because I have always been a big fan of this type of artwork. Today’s image is a brand new design created by stereogram master Gene […]
Can you figure out what this California vanity license plate created by Gene Levine says? If you are having trouble viewing the hidden message in this mapped textured stereogram image, please see the reveal below.
There is a butterfly hiding within the flowers of the image below. In order to see it, just stare at the image until the butterfly appears. Gary Priester, one of the creative forces behind eyeTricks 3D Stereograms, created this colorful stereogram. Gary, along with fellow artist Gene Levine, can turn just about anything into a […]
If you have an Apple iPad and enjoy viewing stereograms, I would high encourage you to checkout two stereogram apps created by Gary W. Priester and Gene Levine – Eye Ball 3D and Eye Ball 2 3D. Each features 48 high resolution 3D images. They also have a free app titled How to Eye Ball […]
This stereogram is a little different than others that have been featured on An Optical Illusion in the past. Previously, the images have mostly contained an image that is hidden in a random and repeating pattern. This type of stereogram is called an object array. If you stare at the six bottles in this […]