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
noun, Photography. 1. a method for producing images with a three-dimensional effect by photographing on lenticulated film.
- Lenticular vesicle
lenticular vesicle n. See lens vesicle.
- Lenticular process of incus
lenticular process of incus n. A knob at the tip of the long limb of the incus of the ear, articulating with the stapes. Also called orbiculare.
[len-ti-kyool] /ˈlɛn tɪˌkyul/ noun, Photography. 1. one of many tiny cylindrical or spherical lens segments embossed on the surface of a film used in stereoscopic and color photography.