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Washington Irving use 3D trickery

Washington Irving use 3D trickery

We don’t usually bring you the same song twice as your time is precious, and we’ve covered Washington Irving’s song Palomides before (it’s on a pair of albums with the same name). But the new video for it is interesting as it uses an autostereogram, which they dub as similar to a magic eye but which actually works, to produce a 3D effect on the video. Enjoy, but you might need these viewing notes: “If you have difficulty in observing the 3D effect, sit farther back or reduce the size of the video window.”

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