Proceedings PaperSeries Of 2D Images Can Be Turned Into 3D Lenticular Images.
|Format||Member Price||Non-Member Price|
2D images can be projected one after the other on any sensitive material covered by a lenticular sheet. Unlike holography,this process can reproduce all colors,but only inside the "lobe angle". Outside this angle,the order of the images seems to start once again from zero,producing some kind of flipping over. Integraphy is not new,but little used. The greatest interest of two-step integraphy is that the user can take a series of ima-ges himself,making use of about any kind of standard photographic camera,the exposure time, f-stop,light,etc. remain standard also. The films (B&W or diapositive) should be processed by the user,but remain uncut. The task of synthesis,color processing of the 3D copy,supplying of the lenticular sheet,cementing and cutting will be ensured by ourselves. This technique is an extension of all the scientific processes already providing images.