Changing depth perception.

sian (@siantastic) 7 years, 5 months ago

So I’ve been able to change my focus for a while now and see what I call ‘super 3D’. Everything looks super shiny and layers are crystal clear. Whilst I think this is pretty common I’ve also started to see some things in 2D, where they appear completely flat like cardboard cut outs. Anything from paintings, to fences, to people. I don’t seem to have control over what appears in 2D and everything else continues to be viewed in ‘super 3D’. It’s not freaking me out or anything, but it’s always interesting to know if this is occurring for anyone else.

March 13, 2015 at 8:45 am
Soul Finder (60) (@Inthebalance) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

I have been expiriencing something similar lately, when staring off into reality, either in day-dream or intentionally, say off at a table, desk, or face, it’s like suddenly witnessing a circle of view splintering off into multi-fractal, layers of mirrored images of itself, like multiple dimensions. It isn’t really freaking me out either, but I find it facinating it’s happening to a few people, I wonder if it’s happening to anyone else.

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sian (109) (@siantastic) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

oooh interesting, that sounds pretty cool. Yeah that’s why I felt like asking, because it truly is fascinating when the new and unknown is experienced by groups of people at the same time. But what does it all meeeeeeeeeean? haha :D

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

I have seen super 3D on a few occasions and it totally freaked me out.

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sian (109) (@siantastic) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

Really? But the clouds though…soooo purdy.

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

It was a very intense experience for me, not calm at all.

Which was mostly because it happened in situations that were high adrenaline.

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sian (109) (@siantastic) 7 years, 5 months ago ago

Fair enough. I was in a really calm place when it first happened so didn’t really have any ‘WTF’ feeling.

Try and relax into it if you can, it’s worthit. After all, there’s really nothing to fear here.

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