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Are Lenticular images like Holograms?

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Note: Are Lenticular images like Holograms?No. Holograms are made with lasers and cannot display the full colour range, the images are restricted to what you can physically put in front of thelaser and they can only have a very few number of images (normally ju
 Are Lenticular images like Holograms?
 
No. Holograms are made with lasers and cannot display the full colour
range, the images are restricted to what you can physically put in front of thelaser and they can only have a very few number of images (normally just flipping 1 image). Hence the tendency to always to appear.
 
Lenticulars are often called holograms - don't be confused! Lenticulars utilise a grooved plastic lens to create various visual effects (you can feel the grooves when you run your finger over the surface) as opposed to a hologram, which is completely smooth and is produced from an entirely different production process. The images are actually static but appear to move as you pass the display.
 
Lenticular images have the full colour range, can be (almost) any size, and can reproduce images that until now could only be seen on a computer.
 
Available effects:
o Flips - two or more images changing from one to the other. The simplest and often most effective use of lenticulars. Can be activated side toside (horizontally - e.g. window displays) or up and down (vertically - escalators).
o 3D - creating depth (up to 2 feet) from a 5mm lens.
o Animations - this is similar to the flip effect except three or more static images are used. This can create a more interesting or complex transition from one image to the next.
o Zoom - This is when you look at an image and you appear to zoom in and out as you move the lenticular back and forth. Basically, the same image just gets bigger and smaller. It is a very effective and easy to produce. Try it in combo with 3-D.
o Morphing - this is a multi-phase animation where the transition from one image to the next is "stepped" to give the illusion that one "morphs,transforms or changes into another image. The preparation of the art iscritical to the effectiveness of this effect.
 
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