Rob has sent in these amazing stereograms he created from screenshots of Stormwind City. What's a stereogram, you ask? Well, Wikipedia has some information on them, but the quick version is that they're an optical illusion that makes flat images appear to be three-dimensional. If you're familiar with those Magic Eye pictures, these work the same way -- to view the image, simply let your eyes cross slightly until a third, 3d image appears in the center. (Wikipedia has far more detailed instructions, but I'm guessing they will inspire a TLDR response.)

If you think you understand the concept, why not try to see them yourself? Rob sent in two stereograms for us to enjoy: a shot of one of Stormwind's canals (with the cathedral framed in the background) and a shot of the General Turalyon statue in the Valley of Heroes (taken as a ghost).

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