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Topic # 101166 25-Apr-2012 16:35 Send private message

I've come across this picture, to see what it says you need to look at it cross eyed, now i've tried but just can't seem to do it.

Can anyone out there tell me what it says, It's GPS co-ordinates that much I know


cross eyed picture


thanks

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  Reply # 614999 25-Apr-2012 16:41 Send private message

s+307 e+389

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  Reply # 615001 25-Apr-2012 16:42 Send private message

S+307 E+369

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  Reply # 615002 25-Apr-2012 16:44 Send private message

dontpanic42: S+307 E+369


Correct. Was squinting too hard ( see avatar) 

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  Reply # 615009 25-Apr-2012 16:50 Send private message

Interestingly, I seem to be able to view it in two ways.

One where the text is going into the page when I keep a constant distance from the screen and just go cross-eyed.

The other way (i.e. text popping out of the screen) when I start with my nose nearly touch the screen and then slowly pulling away until the text becomes visible.



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  Reply # 615012 25-Apr-2012 16:53 Send private message

Thanks people for the fast response


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  Reply # 615024 25-Apr-2012 17:16 Send private message

Heheh those were a big ol fad at one point
 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_f8ayQQx4I&feature=relate



 

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  Reply # 615094 25-Apr-2012 18:49 Send private message

So where's it for? It isn't traditional co-ordinates ;)




Muddling along, being the most technical in the house, one of the oldest, and female .... hmmmmm gotta be some stereotypes busted in there somewhere.



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  Reply # 615097 25-Apr-2012 18:55 Send private message

jevvv: So where's it for? It isn't traditional co-ordinates ;)


It's for a Geocache, I expected full co-ordinates, but just had to add the numbers to the listed co-ords

It's Ohaupo (Hamilton) way

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  Reply # 615149 25-Apr-2012 21:09 Send private message

Ah, now it makes sense :)




Muddling along, being the most technical in the house, one of the oldest, and female .... hmmmmm gotta be some stereotypes busted in there somewhere.

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  Reply # 615156 25-Apr-2012 21:16 Send private message

lol, I can't see sh*t

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  Reply # 615165 25-Apr-2012 21:31 Send private message

these magic eye / cross eyed things never worked for me Frown
Do you just stare at the tip of your nose with both eyes...?

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  Reply # 615193 25-Apr-2012 22:10 Send private message

No - let your eyes go out of focus and they will often pick up on a common point in an image which starts to bring things in line differently.

I remember it happening naturally when I was looking at the wire of the clothes line against the sky - the wire looked normal until I got to the end or something behind it and the other thing had two outlines, but the line didn't




Muddling along, being the most technical in the house, one of the oldest, and female .... hmmmmm gotta be some stereotypes busted in there somewhere.

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