The purpose of this experiment was to find out what makes some people able to view stereograms more readily than others. The experimenters first tested the students' vision, then gave them three minutes to try to see a stereogram that had been generated using a computer software program called "Stereograms!" The results of this experiment were not all that conclusive in proving or disproving the hypothesis, as only eleven of the twenty-one students tested were able to see the three dimensional image. This was due to limitations in the vision testing and the technology used to make the stereogram. However, this experiment did show what could be changed for future experiments to produce better results.

Research Done By:

Matthew Feikema
Warren Woods Tower

Joseph Moutard
L'Anse Creuse North