Remember those "Magic Eye" autostereogram books that, when viewed just right, could cause the person looking at them to see a fully three-dimensional object pop out of what otherwise just looks like a bunch of random dots or swishes on a flat page? Some people see 'em right away. Other people struggle to just get them in focus. Other people can't see 'em at all.
Well, i made something last night that's kind of like that. I posted it today.
It's a 3D (actually 4D) effect written in Hopscotch (of course). The thing is... after one coder remixed the project with the added message that it "doesn't work" for him, I am wondering if anybody else will see it or not.
So, I want to try making a poll here - a simple yes-or-no poll. First , if you have a minute, please go check out "DIMoRPHio." I stuck it in the "art" category, I think. Follow the instructions... and then decide whether the effect works for you or not. Then... vote.
- YES, I see it. It works. Whoa.............
- NO, I can't see any 3D effect. Meh...
This may help: I recommend putting the iPad down horizontally, looking at it with only one eye, hitting "zero" when the reflection of your eye is right on the red ball in the middle of the screen, then focusing your eye on the "closest" object (red ball) in the picture, as if it really is poking out of the screen, while tilting the iPad around a little. It works a lot better in the dark for me.
I wonder if it will work at all for you!