Monthly Archives: October 2012

Difference in choosing lenticular lens for 3D and Flip

When choosing lenticular lens for lenticular printing one needs to know that there is a big difference between lens used for 3D and flip.  In general lens for 3D should have the thickness 3 to 4 times of the lenticule … Continue reading

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The optimum lateral displacement for stereo photography

The optimum lateral displacement for stereo photography By Isaac Cheung Co-founder of vicgi.com Introduction When taking the stereo pairs for 3D photography or lenticular printing the normal procedure is to take the first picture to simulate the image to be seen … Continue reading

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How to obtain stereo pairs or sequential pictures for 3D lenticular printing?

We have explained in few occasions that lenticular printing is based on the principle of binocular disparity. Theoretically we only need a stereo pair or two pictures, one for the left eye and one for the right eye, to create … Continue reading

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