The lenticular printing process allows 3D, flip, animation and other effects that are ideal for 5 types of lenticular marketing applications.
The technology has been around since the early 1900s but didn’t become practical until economical processes for extruding the lens and printing the images were developed. The prints themselves are lenticular prints and are sometimes called dimensional graphics, motion graphics or flip images.
Regardless of the name, it’s the combining of images beneath the lens that allows lenticular printing to create various visual effects. Perhaps the most impressive aspect is the sheer variety of effects possible. Select the drop down showing the many different types available.