3-D effects may require one eye only

Peering through a peephole can bring flat images to life

3D VISION  Photos take on three dimensions when viewed through a small hole with one eye. The effect is conventionally thought to require two eyes.

Illustration: E. Otwell; photo inset: Ogphoto/iStockphoto

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