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This appears to be a 3D lenticular lens (frame) & software that will make your normal 2D photos looks 3D when modified and printed out – not sure how the results look, but I’ll keep my eyes peeled to check this out, looks like a fun way to do lenticulars – [via] – about & Link.

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Lenticular (bioconvex) photos – Link.

10 thoughts on “3D Picture frames

  1. Lentricular lenses have been conspicuously absent from the market for about 15 years, so this is good to see, but I’m a bit wary of the 2D-3D automatic conversion.

  2. Gotta love the online store – you can get a combo pack for $53, or you can get the exact same combo pack with “free shipping” for $70.

    $17 extra for free shipping? What a great deal! :)

  3. If you made the lens elements the size of a pixel (or a whole number of pixels), couldn’t you put one of these in front of an LCD monitor and use it to display (specially processed) dynamic 3D images?

  4. “Lentricular lenses have been conspicuously absent from the market for about 15 years”

    Your market, Lenticular equiptment has been there if you were looking for it.

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