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An autostereogram is a 2d image that when looked at properly, shows a 3d image.This instructable will show the many steps to completion.
I used STMaker, a freeware stereogram creation program. It can be downloaded at:http://www.swiftgear.com/stmaker/features.html(I am not the creator, just a user)I installed it and opened it up.
I used photoshop 7 for this, as well as an Instructables Robot silhouette.The next few steps will be preparing the image to create a nice, rounded end image.
To make it seem to have depth, we will use a gradient effect, blending the black into the white.This will make the stereogram maker give it depth when ...
I then used a gaussian blur of 3 pixels, to create this image. Go ahead and flatten your image and save it. I chose robot.jpg.
Click on the icon to open an image. Select your image and a small window will pop up. Click on "as range image" and click "OK".
Click on "Create random coding pattern" on the tool bar, it'll give you two options. I chose color, but greyscale works just as nice.
Now that everything is set, click on "create stereogram", it'll take a few, but not too long if your computer is nice.
It'll pop up your piping hot stereogram for you to see. At this point, right click it and click on save, that way you can share it with ...
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