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Lenticular print is an effective mean of communication thanks to its well known classic effects:
> Chromescence® can be considered as new effect that can be used :
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Examples of lenticular
lpi = lenses per inch
At the best resolution (150 lpi) the lenses are thinner than the pixels of an Apple Macbook screen (133 pixels per inch). With 170 µ wide they are almost invisible.
Large lenses (10 lpi or 0.1 inch wide) make it possible large formats to be viewed from a distance.
Sectional view of a lenticular material
A lenticulair material is transparent sustrate whose one of the faces is constituted by cylindrical lenses. Alone these lenses form a microstructure.
Therefore the Chromescence® method can be implemented by printing lines of similar width on the opposite side.
> Optical properties of the lenses allows a higher iridescence contrast effect than what can be achieved with the transparent substrate (Implementation 1).