Lenticular images are the ones most of us know from taso or chewing gum, which allow us to create moving or changing images, often the center of surprise and interest.

3D lenticular visual
Flip(changing) lenticular image

Lenticular images are obtained by printing specially prepared digital images on PET lenticular lens material (lenticular lens) or by printing them on paper and laminating them to the lenticular lens. Viewed through the lens, these images create a powerful illusion of depth or movement.

Below you can see the production steps:

To create Lenticular images, two or more images are selected. As the number of images increases, the clarity of the resulting lenticular image may be lost.
Each image is divided into strips using specialized software.
…and the parts are joined together and assembled to match the specification of the lens. After the interlacing process, the resulting digital image is perceived by the naked eye as an image composed of stripes.
The Lenticular Lens is made up of lenses in the form of thin ribbons and its task is to separate and deliver the combined ribbons to the viewer.
The prepared image is printed on the back of the lens or first printed on paper and then glued to the lenticular lens.