Lenticular printing is the combination of a special lens over a color printer. The combination of the lens and the print below it allows for you eyes to see more than one image as you view the print from several angles. This is a great way to make your project stand out and to add movement.
What is Lenticular Printing?
Lenticular printing uses a lens on the front of the print to allow your eye to see one image below the surface of the lens. The lenticular print is made from at least two images. As you move in relation to the lens, you can start to see the other images. Depending on the lens and the images it could simply switch between two different images or apear to float in 3D space or show an animation.
Uses for Lenticular Printing
- Business cards
- Wall graphics
- Countertop displays
- Trade shows
- Full color up to 48" x 96"
- Animation can be side-to-side or up and down
- Up to 7 frames in one image are possible
- Can be printed on thin sheets like postcards or corrugated displays
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