3D Lenticular Printing of Photographs
3D lenticular print can be used to make a full-color 3D picture that can be viewed without any aids.
A 3D lenticular picture requires a sequence of images, typically more than 10. This is in contrast to a stereo photograph, which is a sequence of only two images.
Under certain conditions, a lenticular sequence can be derived from a stereo pair, by computing a sequence of intermediate images. Our fSeq software can be used to accomplish this task. To learn more, visit our blog post.
Alternatively, a lenticular sequence can be photographed by a multi-camera array, or by multiple exposures of a single camera moved on a slider. Detailed instructions can be found in our presentation "3D Lenticular Photography."