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Magic Eye Gallery: A Showing of 88 Images Paperback – 2 May 1995
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Magic Eye(r) ignited the worldwide 3D craze of the 1990s. In fact, Magic Eye I, II, and III appeared on the "New York Times" best-seller list for a combined 73 weeks. More than 20 million copies of Magic Eye books have been sold in more than 25 languages. The weekly newspaper syndicated comic strip has appeared in newspapers around the world since 1994 and became the fastest start-up syndication in the history of Universal Press Syndicate. Online: magiceye.com harrypotter.warnerbros.com/harrypotterandthehalf-bloodprince/dvd/index.html
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Two "glass" images are simply the 3D version of the flat image. Five pages contain "no image" at all. Two mazes appear, but only one can be solved--the other has two dead ends at the beginning. Other questionable images include two jet planes with a target site superimposed, making the picture appear confused, a chariot race in which the chariot is unclear and the driver looks like a triangle; and Saturn with its rings where the bottom half of the planet is so hard to see, that the image look like a ranger's hat. Some images of little interest include those of yin and yang, a tapestry weave, an ugly cone, a cube, a car driven by a wolf, a ball seen through mesh, op art, symbols for male and female, four puzzle pieces, and penguins (not polar bears) in front of an igloo (?!).
I really enjoy this series, but this selection was not interesting to my audience, who felt that many images were just too much work for an image of little interest. In total, I found fifty-seven of the eighty-eight images to be acceptable to good, and two are excellent. Thirty-one, which I marked in the corner so people could skip them, were inferior and detracted from what could have been a terrific collection. n Mary Whipple
This paticular 3D book was created with 88 images to complete with "Another Dimension" which has 87 images but the quality as usual cannot compete by a long shot.
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