mmarion at miguelito.org
Sat Apr 10 12:29:38 PDT 2010
Quoting "James G. Sack (jim)" <jgsack at san.rr.com>:
> For me, some are harder than others, but by starting with my head about
> 16 inches from a full-screen image, and concentrating on looking
> "beyond" the screen, I can usually get them to "snap in" in 5-30
> seconds. Once visualized, I can pull back to a couple-feet or more.
For some reason, I've always found them very easy to see myself. I'm
the only one in my family or friends that can see them easily too.
Others can eventually see them, some can rarely see them.
It seems to be the more you can control making your eyes go out of
focus, the easier the images are to see.
Mike Marion-Unix/Linux Admin-http://www.miguelito.org
Bart: "Hey, why is it destroying other toys?"
Lisa: "They must've programmed it to eliminate the competition."
Bart: "You mean like Microsoft?"
Lisa: "Exactly!" ==> Simpsons
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