Staring into seemingly abstract fields of colour, this book allows readers to see 3D images materialize. This is made possible by the power of modern computers, and the use of the "Salitsky Dot", a patent-pending image-rendering system that takes 3D-viewing into the 21st century. The depth and clarity of the totally hidden image develops before the reader like an instant photograph. It is rather like learning to ride a bicycle - some people get the hang of it right away, others have to work at it for a while. The images have been arranged in the order of complexity, with the easiest ones at the front. Easy-to-follow instructions are included.
|Year of publication||1993|
|Number of pages||32|
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