Lenticular printing


a photographic process in which alternating strips of images are placed on the back of a transparent sheet with a series of curved ridges (lenticules), through which light is passed and through refraction and magnification makes a single complete image; as one changes the angle of the card in relation to one’s line of sight, one sees the different image strips as a series of complete images


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