By now, you’ve probably heard of a stereogram. Not a big deal, right? The concept has been around since Charles Wheatstone discovered it in 1838, but those serogrames were simple, unlike the complex computer generated ones or those requiring a Stereogram Decoder. Well, a decoder is exactly what I need, and here’s why.
I was watching a 30 year old favorite movie of mine and noticed that in the credits was a pattern that looked like a stereogram; I couldn’t let that slide, so I captured the background and lightened it up, in fact, I had to lighten it up 300 percent and then rotate the image 90 degrees to get the image you see here!
I have yet to figure out what the image or message is but if you look close, you’ll see the pattern; unfortunately, I think the only way I can see the entire message is to run this through a stereogram decoder (unless you can make it out). What’s so cool about this is that someone placed a stereogram in an extremely popular movie that went unnoticed until now! And, back then, computer generated stereograms like this were unheard of!
If you can decode this stereogram, please let me know – I’m dying to find out.
To see the full image, click on the thumbnail.