Latent Filter Image LFI

LFI — Latent Filter Image

An image which is applied by the slit raster technology. The scene of the image changes when changing the angle of observation. A latent filter image consists of a slit raster printed inside a transparent polycarbonate which serves as an optical filter and a scrambled image stripped from two initial images (fig. 1). Lightness of the image changes regarding to the background when changing the angle of observation. Latent (second) image is visualized at an acute angle of observation and printed by offset (fig. 2).

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