3D Picture frames

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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. Oracle1729 says:

    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. pelrun says:

    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. supertim says:

    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. mikiex says:

    “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.

  5. onebitpixel says:

    supertim, check out the article about Philips’ WOWvx:
    http://www.planetanalog.com/features/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=192202292

    I’m not too thrilled about the max print size 8×10, move it up to tabloid and it would be ideal for home/consumer… wide format would be great but then I guess you should just move to the prof. software for $2k+

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