What is Lenticular:

Lenticular refers to a sheet of plastic lens consisting of an array of optical elements called lenticules that create a convex perspective of multiple images. This technology is used to create Lenticular image.

Lenticular is an auto stereoscopic solution, that allows viewing of a 3D image without the need for special 3D glasses. It is based on the technology in which Lenticular lens is used to separate the left and the right eye images, creating depth in printed images without the special glasses. The lenticular effect is produced by moving the image and viewing it from different angles.

Lenticular Prints are made from atleast two images combined called “interlaced” into a lenticular image. This lenticular process is used to create various frames of animation or to show a set of images that appear to flow into each other.


Different Types of Effects:
  • 3D Depth
    3-Dimensional simulations are very popular these days. By creating depth in the image, it takes the visual experience to a higher level. Lenticular printing is the only solution allowing to see 3D images without the help of special 3D glasses.






  • 3D with Flip
    This is the simplest but often the most effective form of lenticular printing. It consists of 2 or more images and can be produced for both horizontal and vertical applications.






  • Volumetric

  • Flip Images
    This is the simplest but often the most effective form of lenticular printing. It consists of 2 or more images and can be produced for both horizontal and vertical applications.






  • Animation
    Moving or animation pictures have an average of 10 or more images woven together. The background image is stable, but the moving parts are printed in different places. By varying the viewing angle one gets the impression that the image is moving.






  • Zoom
    A real attention grabber is the zoom effect. When viewing the lenticular print from different angles, you get the impression that the objects zoom in or out.






  • Morphing
    With this type of animation you create a transition from one image to another. The morphing takes place in different stages, so one gets the illusion that one object is gradually transforming into a different object.






  • Twist

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