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Lynkusu

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  1. It's definitely different from 3D illusions, yeah. The depth is extreme. The yellow is at what should be the 'right' depth, but the blue is way further back and varies based on its shade. And... no, there's no lack of parallax... it feels totally natural. It depends on the picture... sometimes I can't see it 3D at all, sometimes I can if I 'try' (I don't really know what 'try' means though... it's not at all like 3D illusions) and sometimes it's so overt and strong that I can't even perceive it as 2D (like the Swedish flag picture).
  2. Hello I just want to ask about something weird I've noticed... just out of my own curiosity^^ Apparently I have the ability to perceive some 2D images as 3D... very clearly 2D images that are not meant to be perceived as anything but 2D. It really only happens when strong colours collide... black on pure red, for example. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQeUhbTReL-MrEEnjGCB1N_7NHUNk3Tc4zYBtKjZMWiZd1n8vVKIA <--This image here is the most '3D' picture I've ever seen... I cannot not perceive it as 3D. I showed the same picture to some friends, though, and they said they couldn't see anything even remotely 3D about it. I can't come up with anything when I google it... does anyone have any ideas what could be going on? I also have synesthesia... maybe that has something to do with it?
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