Stereograms or 3D images, which represent nothing but an optical illusion, appearing when one follows a particular method of eye focusing at the specifically rendered flat two-dimensional source images, has been a kind of a total world craze in the 1990s. People of all ages spent time gazing at some odd-looking and obscure images, waiting until the eyes catch the appropriate focus and the hidden 3D image of some object or text will be revealed in the three-dimensional form. Introduced and widely popularized under the trademark “Magic Eye”, over 20 million books with stereogram images were sold worldwide, hitting the top of the New York Times Bestseller List.
By the end of this article we will explain the basics of stereogram and give you some tips on mastering the “magic eye” technique, so that you could find out what is hidden behind this bouquet of blue roses and other similar stereograms.
Yves Béhar is a thinker. And one thing he thinks about a lot is the future. You can see it in his designs–from his reflective red-lacquered laptop for Toshiba to his elegant closed-toe Footprints for Birkenstock to his refined Aliph Jawbone Headset for cell phones. Yves Béhar recently teamed up with design house Herman Miller to create SAYL ($399), a highly affordable chair. More images, specs and a video after the jump!
Created by Gala Wright from Viable London, Mekong coffee table is a luminescent globe caught within a glass cube, a plays on the optical illusions created by the materials. See more.
Acronym was founded in 1994 by Michaela Sachenbacher and Errolson Hugh as an independent design agency with a focus on the unification of style and technology in apparel. Acronym has been instrumental in the emergence of a new generation of technical apparel products and users. Projects such as the Analog MD Clone jacket (one of TIME magazine’s ‘Coolest Inventions of 2002′). Find out what makes Acronym one of the most innovative labels in the world by watching the video demonstration here!
A former architect, David started learning to paint with oils in the fall of 2007 while attending the Schuler School of Fine Arts in Baltimore, and soon found his true calling as an artist.
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Apple computers, namely Macs, have become the standard computers for graphic designers, computer graphics artists and audio professionals around the globe, because of their more secure operating system, OS X, and their reliable performance for highly intensive computing. This makes them the ideal choice for working on intense projects with tight deadlines, as any computer crashes or lost time due to performance issues would cause unnecessary stress for creative professionals.
Since Macs are incredibly popular, it made sense to us to write a roundup of awesome Apple, Mac and OS-X wallpapers for you to use on your desktop. So, here are 100 elegant wallpapers for your viewing enjoyment, from minimalistic, humorous, and sleek.
An amazing screen for a carpark building in Brisbane by Urban Art Projects (UAP). Titled ‘Landlines’, the screen wrap itself around the car park, displaying a contoured map of Brisbane. See more photos.