This is a stereo pair and can be viewed in 3-D
by crossing your eyes! You are aiming to have your left eye looking
at the right hand image and your right eye looking at the left
hand image. If you have difficulty seeing it in 3-D then follow
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1. Sit looking at
your computer screen from a distance of about 60 cms (24 inches)
2. Hold a pencil,
with the tip about half way between your face and your computer
3. Focus on the
computer screen - you should be aware of 'two' pencils.
4. Move the pencil
so that the tip of one pencil is over the nose of the left hand
turtle, and the tip of the other pencil is over the nose of the
5. Now concentrate
on the tip of the pencil while being aware of the images behind.
It helps to have the tip of the pencil towards the bottom of the
It can take a while to get it to begin with.
It took me 10 minutes the first time I tried! Once you have got
it the first time you will be able to get it easily the second
time - without the use of the pencil!
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