Stereograms are images which contain a hidden three dimensional
scene. To view the three dimensional image, you must focus your
eyes behind the monitor screen. Some people have a natural ability
to do this easily. Others have to practice. With practice, almost
everyone can do it. With a lot of practice, you can do it almost
A photo-realistic single image stereogram of spring in the mountains.
There is no hidden image here. Focusing behind the scene renders the
scene in three dimensions. It is like looking through a real window.
Monday Night Football.
The crowd catches some action in the big game.
This is one of the easiest hidden images to see.
Dolphin Pas de Deux.
A perennial favorite subject for stereogram artists. Here, we see
a pair of dolphins cavorting in the kelp of the Monterey Bay.
AB6WM 3D QSL Card.
The ideal hidden antenna.
This QSL card
is available in printed form. All you have to do is work me in a
contest and send me one of your cards.
Fairies dance in the grass.
Be careful when you mow your lawn. Hidden in the grass you will find
the strangest things. Of course, you have to believe in fairies if
you expect to be able to see them.
Hams will be particularly interested in the hidden image in this
conventional SIRDS (Single Image Random Dot Stereogram).
Night view of earth from space.
This is a very small GIF file because it is so simple. If you look
carefully, you will see the earth as a sphere floating in space.