Definition of Magic eye

1. Noun. A transducer used to detect and measure light and other radiations.

Exact synonyms: Electric Eye, Photocell, Photoconductive Cell, Photoelectric Cell
Generic synonyms: Detector, Sensing Element, Sensor, Transducer
Terms within: Photocathode
Specialized synonyms: Selenium Cell

Definition of Magic eye

1. Noun. An autostereogram. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magic Eye

magic bullet
magic bullets
magic carpet
magic carpets
magic circle
magic circles
magic cookie
magic cookies
magic cubes
magic eye (current term)
magic eyes
magic lamp
magic lamps
magic lantern
magic lantern show
magic lanterns
magic markers
magic mud
magic mushroom
magic mushrooms
magic number
magic numbers
magic point
magic points

Literary usage of Magic eye

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1. Read and Understand Science: Grades 3-4 by Martha Cheney (2002)
"... The magic eye A patient is rushed to the emergency room of a large hospital. He says his stomach hurts. The doctor needs to look inside the man's body ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1772)
"... of Ittr magic eye, She blends and ... colours thro'theiir, Which, by the fiances of hci magic eye. ..."

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