Thursday July 12, 2007 9:42 am
Picture Frame Brings Out 3-D Images
Finally, there is a way to achieve 3-D without the clumsy eyewear. DIY’s Picture Frame Kit works on the principle of lenticular technology, a series of micro vertical lenses atop a .jpeg image. Utilizing its included software, you simply highlight the parts you want to stick out, print the 4 x 6-inch image, and place it under the specialized filter. Compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, the outcome is similar to the type of image you see on cereal boxes or postcards. Of course, in reality this is still only 2-D, but for $24.99 it’s a close second. Find the Frame Kit at ThinkGeek.
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