(100) 3D Effects
One of the most important lenticular effects is 3D. Unlike other 3D display, lenticular doesn’t require equipment or special technique to view but all people can see it regardless of gender, age and nation. At early stage, only 3D photos exists in lenticular and making of such 3D photo must be done in dark room with photo development equipment. But now, we can generate different kinds of 3D effects on a computer using graphical software. And we developed latest 2D->3D depth map 3D lenticular creation in our system so you can convert your existing plain 2D image to realistic 3D photos.
101. Layered 3D
This is the very basic and most popular 3D effect by layers with depth.
102. Gradient 3D
This 3D effects implement a gradient 3D layer which create the depth from background to front or from front to background continuesly. Usually, it apply to text layer or a plane.
103. 2-View Layered 3D
This is a mixed effect from layered 3D and a flip. It can be two or more totally different layered 3D image or only a flip on background or an object.
104. Transparent 3D
The 3D layer, which is middle layer usually, become semi-transparent. So, you can see the layer is flooding in middle like cloud or glass. You can even put different semi-transparent layers overlapped each others so it become a "filter".
151. Variation 3D
This is an amazing advanced 3D effect that we invented. The objects' depth will change again the movement of lens. It can be front to back or back to front. You can even create jumping depth which in front first and jump into back or vice versa.
152. Masked 3D Layers
This is another great effect that can be used for making some security items. A mask is applied on a layer of 3D to create "transparent mask".
153. Repeated Pattern 3D
This is a 3D object of repeated pattern (unlimited viewing angle), so you can see the 3D depth in any possible viewing angle.
154. Volumetric 3D (2D->3D)
This is 3D realistic effect which is made by converting a normal 2D picture to 3D image using a depth map. This is also interesting since you don't need 3D photography to get realistic result, but it takes time to create a good depth map manually. There are no short cut or advanced tool to help this.