Lenticular Technology

A method of printing and visualizing an image using lenticular lenses which are used to produce printed images which seem to change or move when viewed from different angles. The term Lenticular is used to define the repeating rows of convex lenses on the front surface of a plastic sheet. The reverse side of the material, however, is a flat surface. Each lens magnifies and projects micro-slices of image data printed on the reverse side. The lenticular technology means that initial images are cut into stripes which are joined so that there is a pair of stripes under each lens — one stripe from one image and the other stripe from the other image. Each lenticular operates as a magnifier which magnifies and isolates only one of the initial images. Coded images are applied by means of printing or laser engraving.

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