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Choosing the Right Lenticular Sheet for an Inkjet Printer. By CG Sheng Co-founder of ViCGI.com Introduction In the IT stone age (only about 25 years ago), lenticular printing was done mostly in dark room at the film level.

Choosing the Right Lenticular Sheet for an Inkjet Printer

Now, with the lowering of prices in computing CPU power, DRAM, graphics software, and printing peripherals, lenticular printing can actually be done at home or in your office. If your interest in lenticular printing is not at the mass production scale, then spending some fun time on Photoshop will let you create an impressive lenticular print. How to Make Lenticular Images. 3DMasterKit by.Triaxes. 3DMasterKit software is designed for creating lenticular pictures with realistic 3D and motion effects: flip, animation, morphing and zoom.

3DMasterKit by.Triaxes

Printers, advertising studios, photo studios and photographers will find 3DMasterKit a useful and cost effective solution for expanding their business in a new dimension, increasing quality and productivity of generated 3D images and lenticular products. Multiple ways to create 3D images Layers and Depth Map 3DMasterKit creates 3D images out of a single layered 2D image.

The program allows users to arrange layers in the Z-order and customize the intensity of the 3D effect. 3DMasterKit also uses a depth map for each separate layer to build up a natural 3D effect. Stereo pair. Lenticular 3D Stereoscopic Art. 3D Lenticular. 2D-3D Photo conversion software. Russell Brown Lenticular Imaging. Here is the official RSS feed address for my podcast: Please send your comments, or report any web-related problems by selecting the link below.

Russell Brown Lenticular Imaging

Due to my current projects and special events, I will not have the chance to respond to my email messages on a regular basis. Sorry for the inconvenience. For immediate response to your issues and questions, check out the Adobe Forum. Also be sure to visit the Adobe TV site for a great collection of information and tutorials: tv.adobe.com Sincerely, Russell Brown russellprestonbrown@mac.com Intellectual property; limited license to users The Materials and Services on this Site, as well as their selection and arrangement, are protected by copyright, trademark, patent, and/or other intellectual property laws, and any unauthorized use of the Materials or Services at this Site may violate such laws and the Terms of Use. Brief description of lenticular technology. Though I promised do not go in any complicated details, but there is some basic information about lenticular technology should be mentioned.

Brief description of lenticular technology

As it is we know, human’s eyes see the world in three dimensions, because each eye sees the world under its particular angle of view, in other words sees the image a little bit different, not like another one. This difference is in a certain shift between the objects on a horizontal. And closer objects are shifted more, than the remote ones (picture 2.1). Picture 2.1 Hence, it is necessary to give the left image for the left eye, and right for right one in order that the man could sense a three dimensional picture.

3D Photo Pro: How to make Flip pictures? I want to make you glad.

3D Photo Pro: How to make Flip pictures?

The Christmas is coming! :-) That is the perfect opportunity for doing photo business! Today I would like to tell you how to make the most known and customer's favorite Flip picture. That is the picture with "winking people". Of course, these pictures are good not just for Christmas. Beside this the parents always love to get the pictures of their kids especially the funny winking pictures. Let's start! I have two shoots of charming woman (pictures 1 and 2). Picture 1 Picture 2 Before cutting the images we have to align the pictures. Picture 3 Therefore in this case we need that the face of woman will be on the same area of both images. As usually all spade-work I am going to do using PhotoImpact 10 - photo editing software.

3D Lenticular Interlacing Algorithm Using Photoshop. By Isaac Cheung Co-founder of ViCGI.com Introduction 3D Lenticular printing has become more affordable because of the ever lowering prices of digital printing equipment found in homes and offices.

3D Lenticular Interlacing Algorithm Using Photoshop

There are many downloadable software products on the market designed for this special form of printing; some free and some for a medium to high price. By and large these products serve one main purpose; i.e. to interlace pictures to be viewed through lenticular sheets. This article tries to demystify the underlying working of interlacing software. Since CS4 Adobe Photoshop Extended has had some simple 3D features through a downloadable plug-in. VICGI Lenticular Printing.

3D Lenticular Printing. Converting a 2D images to 3D by Isaac Cheung Co-founder of ViCGI.com Abstract: Traditionally, making a 3D lenticular print requires taking multiple pictures of the same scene along a straight line.

3D Lenticular Printing

Lenticular 3D images. Three dimensional vision is achieved by merging the image data from the left and right eyes within the brain.

Lenticular 3D images

This phenomenon is called parallax. It shows the apparent placement of an object relative to its background when viewed from slightly different positions. The trick is to provide a different image to each eye, just like the good old View Master. HumanEyes: 3D Software for Lenticular Printing. HumanEyes 3D image software. Lenticular printing. Close-up of the surface of a lenticular print.

Lenticular printing

Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticular lenses (a technology that is also used for 3D displays) are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles. Examples of lenticular printing include prizes given in some snack boxes that showed flip and animation effects such as winking eyes, and modern advertising graphics that change their message depending on the viewing angle.

This technology was created in the 1940s but has evolved in recent years to show more motion and increased depth. Originally used mostly in novelty items and commonly called "flicker pictures" or "wiggle pictures," lenticular prints are now being used as a marketing tool to show products in motion. Recent advances in large-format presses have allowed for oversized lenses to be used in lithographic lenticular printing.[1] Process[edit] Construction[edit] Transforming prints.