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By on April 27, 2006, with 44 Comments

Here’s what I just found. Really interesting gif animation called “Old Stone Gate” taken in Garrison, New York. You can find more of this great Illusions if you visit Jim Gasperini Homepage. The gif below is done in a way, where you take a picture of something from two different angles and combine it in animated .gif. It’s the same as “Shiva Illusion” and non animated “Stereogram Chair”.

Stereo 3D Animated Images


44 Responses
  1. Nana says:

    OH KOOL!!! I was getting a headache!!!

  2. Mark McD says:

    It’s an earthquake!!!

  3. chic says:

    that is wicked it looks 3d

  4. Madeline says:

    Creepy! It looks like a giant earthquake!

  5. Silje says:

    looks 3D man!! but thats made on a computer its not a real earthquake.. still wicked!

  6. purple momo says:

    omg soooo kool
    it like, makez my head all strange!!

  7. MANAX says:

    Two pics were taken side by side, and then turned into a gif. Simple.

  8. sbredflag says:

    That’s awesome! It just pops out on you!

  9. yemoja says:

    makes seem it reallier, hai?

  10. lewis says:

    i cant believe that u put this on here because anyone can do this any where, you are just a CLUELESS DUMASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Elle says:

    So what lewis, it’s still cool.

  12. vijay says:

    its good to see the pictures.. nice

  13. loser says:

    looks 3d…and its giveing me a headache…..hum

  14. BurninRubber says:

    I don’t get it. HOW IS THAT AN ILLUSION?????????

  15. raphael says:

    What makes something look 3-D is two different views combined. So if you have two pictures with the almost congruent perspectives, with the pictures switching very fast, creates the illusion 3-D. Thats why when you see with only one eye open, your depth vison isn’t very good. The earthquake is again done by the do different pictures switching so fast, but if you focus on the bottom left corner, you’ll notice a small black shadow that it disappears very quickly and vice versa. This is how movies make 3-D movies, is they shoot the scene with a special camera where it has two cameras combined on one screen, so when you go to the movies and see it without the glasses, is looks wierd because you can see an object’s outline twice. So when you put on the special glasses, which have special shudders that change each eyes perspective creating the illusion of 3-D. This is the future of 3-D movies, but the red and blue glasses for 3-D are not even close to the experience with the other glasses.
    IF you want more email me @ Raphael@rossellini.us

  16. Pandas says:

    oooooohhhhh. my head hurts

  17. PIJ says:

    go away lewis, the gif is good!

  18. mememimo says:

    it was absolutely mint, but then it went………even betta!!!

  19. coolness says:

    nuthin special really…

  20. Decalf013 says:

    Oh my god this is awesome even if “Anyone can do this anywhere”
    I make my head shiver & I feel like I’m getting hypnotized!!! LOL

  21. Anonymous says:

    its weird

  22. Fernando says:

    cool.. :D

  23. Anonymous says:

    anyone can to this anywhere!
    maybe – sure – are you sure!

    you have to hav the idea, to make things look great.
    The are even great if they are made in an easy way.
    Its like the egg of columbus!

    its fine i think

  24. Anonymous says:

    hey can i say ur pages r really cool but u should put a warning for dizzy ness and fits and stuff like that cause it plays wit ur brain too much but its pretty cool!!!kepp up the good work …..but this optical olluision dosnt work 4 me

  25. Elliexx ANIMALS ROCK!! says:

    wat does it show? wats the point in making it move?

  26. Secret Garden <3 says:

    They should try to switch it faster. People get dizzy from looking at these kinds of things.

  27. Anonymous says:

    i did not kno..trees like to damccee..

  28. Lucy says:

    WOW! imagine walking through those woods!

  29. Anonymous says:

    ahhhhhh!!! my head!!! my eyes!!!

  30. Anonymous says:

    It’s cool, but it gives me a headache.

  31. cared says:

    wow! it wasnt moving the first time i looked at it.i read the comments to get some clue, when i got back to the pic, whoa! i cant make it stop!

  32. Anonymous says:

    It’s a stereogram.
    Split it into two images and put the next to each other, then cross your eyes until they overlap (like in those magic eye books) and you can see it in 3D.

  33. Gabriel says:

    Wow,amazing and very effective.Like it a lot!

  34. Lollipop says:

    LOL, this is cool!

  35. Mystique says:


  36. crazyeddy says:

    Badly made, poor childish amateurish effort

  37. ... says:

    AHHHHHHH at first i had no idea, so, like cared, i read te comments, than i went back and BOOM! headaches, i felt like i was hypnotized! :P

  38. nikhil says:


  39. adobe says:

    its freaky

  40. Snakeeyes says:


    Now I have a brain damage hehe

  41. sandro says:

    amazing that was a eart quick hahaha

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