3D lenticular print is a way to present 3D effect on a flat surface. The idea is to use a plastic sheet with many lined lenses so that light will be refracted in different angle for our left and right eyes. When an image behind the lenticular sheet is designed in such a way that one image will be seen by the left eye and another image will be seen by the right eye a 3D effect will be rendered by our brain.
Lenticular sheet can be purchase online from microlens.com at about $5.00 per piece. In this tutorial we assume you will use the 8" x 10" 40 LPI lenticular sheet. We further assume that only two pictures will be taken. If you use LPI other than 40 and if you want to take more pictures to make the final image less sensitive to horizontal head movement then please refer to the original tutorial in the 3D Lenticular Printing Tutorial
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