oh i don’t like looking at them; i travel down the hallways and go into the doors mentally and look around the rooms. I find it weird that it takes such minimal information to give the illusion of 3D spaces and that it’s powerful enough to give impressions (such as boredom, distruption, symmetry) to a human looking at that. And they are all these little mexican hat wavelets happening on the retina — these 3D-ish images are processed very very early in the human vision system. I have monovision – having only one useful eye – so that I can experience a 3D like effect using such simple images is weird and interesting – enough where I can mentally go down into the rooms. It’s not that I like it. I’m amazed that it functions as a substitute for reality so easily

oh i don’t like looking at them; i travel down the hallways and go into the doors mentally and look around the rooms. I find it weird that it takes such minimal information to give the illusion of 3D spaces and that it’s powerful enough to give impressions (such as boredom, distruption, symmetry) to a human looking at that.
And they are all these little mexican hat wavelets happening on the retina — these 3D-ish images are processed very very early in the human vision system.
I have monovision – having only one useful eye – so that I can experience a 3D like effect using such simple images is weird and interesting – enough where I can mentally go down into the rooms.
It’s not that I like it. I’m amazed that it functions as a substitute for reality so easily
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