On Ghosting Shadows…

The definition of Ghosting on lenticular printing is:

An undesirable result of lenticular printing which happens when more than one image is visible at certain viewing angle. Possible causes are:

  1. Images on the same lenticule (lens) have too much color contrast
  2. Poor registration
  3. Mismatched pitch, or
  4. Too many frames.

Since we received many questions on how to minimize ghosting shadows, we decided to write up an article to explain the causes, the way to detect and minimize ghosting shadows.

If you are interested in reading this write up, please click on following article:

How to Prevent Ghosting in Lenticular Printing

Your questions, suggestions, and comments will be most welcome!

Best and cheers!


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