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magic eye

[′maj·ik ′ī]
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Keeping your eyes open might sound like elementary advice, but much like those Magic Eye posters, being able to actually see what your store truly looks like can sometimes make your eyes go crossed.
There was a single person at the machine when I arrived, peering intently at the screen as if it displayed one of those magic eye patterns and if she looked hard enough she would find that she had enough money in her account.
Presenting on the busy programme was Professor Chris Tyler, famed for his invention of the first random-dot stereogram resulting in the popularised 'Magic Eye' images.
Portrait Retouch makes sure you're captured looking your best with features including realtime makeover, DECO frame options and magic eye beam (light reflection) effects.
Her geometric print get-up makes our eyes hurt, and not just because it's a magic eye image.
While another wrote that her dress was like a Magic Eye picture.
The first photofinish camera, called the "Magic Eye," was developed and put to use by the British Race Finish Recording Co.
Visually similar to the printed Magic Eye pictures that people of my generation once found so fascinating, Gordon's works induce an analogous effect through exposition.
And its patent pending Magic Eye technology allows you to use your iPhone or iPad to accurately measure colour temperature and wirelessly transmit colour settings.
The matchmaker's report having made it clear that the tale of his magic eye has impressed Xianxian, Jiren decides to take his telescope to the temple and play further supernatural tricks.
1.55 Doncaster Sporting (50:25:10) 17-20 Alanza, 16-19 Chachamaidee, 9-12 Dever Dream, 8-11 Flambeau, 7-9 Seta, 5-7 Jacqueline Quest, 4-6 Rimth, 3-5 Off Chance, 1-3 Magic Eye, Crying Lightening, Marvada.
"At first they expect it to be a print, then when they realise it is real dice embedded in acrylic, they expect it to be sort of a 'magic eye' type thing and some start to look at the random patterns created -- it says different things to different people."