Free-fuse each pair of neighbors. Then you will see a stereoscopic object.


It looks like snow falling down to the right. In addition, gray circles appear to be of two different levels of lightness but they are identical in lightness.

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*a kind of Japanese cake

It looks like yokans by fusing the figure. This is a kind of Necker cube with transparency and binocular stereopsis.

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It looks like cakes by fusing the figure.

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Switching of stereo match and binocular rivalry occur.

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"Inaiinai baa"*

Incomplete correspondence can generate stereopsis, accompanied by transparency.

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Ellipses that incline in depth appear. In addition, the central circle appears to be shorter in height than the flanks.

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"Absorbent mesh"

The depth of the mesh tends to be flush with the depth of the circle at which observers fixate.

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It looks like a potatochip.

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