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How to make a good 3D lenticular print?

How to make a good 3D lenticular print? I travel a lot and every time when I go to a souvenir store and find some lenticular prints, my brain will automatically kick off an assessment process; good or bad, mediocre … Continue reading

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Lenticular Pitch Test Using Photoshop

Introduction If you have been following the tutorials we have published (such as 3D Lenticular Printing Interlacing Algorithm Illustrated Using Photoshop and Converting a 2D picture to a 3D Lenticular Print) you must have encountered a term called “Pitch Test”. Pitch … Continue reading

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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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Relationship between perceived depth and viewing distance for 3D lenticular printing

Wonder if you have the experience that when you look at a 3D lenticular mural the 3D effect will change depending how far you are away from the mural.  When you walk closer to the mural the depth will become … Continue reading

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3d printing vs lenticular printing

3d printing and lenticular printing are two terms used mistakenly by the laymen and even professionals for the visual effect of three dimension presented on a flat surface.  But technically they are not the same thing. In a more subtle … Continue reading

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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: Images on the same lenticule (lens) have too much color contrast … Continue reading

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The Quantitative Analysis of Stereoscopic Effect

When taking pictures for lenticular printing or making anaglyph images it is very important to grasp the concept of foreground, mid-ground, and background. Properly arrange the scene will give rise to optimal stereoscopic effect or otherwise the viewer will become … Continue reading

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L’impression lenticulaire

Bonjour tout le monde, Ce message est pour nos clients en France et au Canada. Si vous avez besoin de l’impression lenticulaire, nous pouvons vous garantir que nous sommes la meilleure compagnie avec la meilleure qualité et prix les plus … Continue reading

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