Lenticular technology is the juxtaposition of a fragmented image and a plastic film made up of striae that act like lenses.
For a two-image lenticular visual, we print a lamella of image 1, followed by a lamella of image 2. We repeat this 1-2 sequence on the entire surface of the visual. The lenticular film superimposed on the visual allows the eye to capture one or the other of the two images depending on the angle of vision.
Sophisticated software allows the interlacing of the basic images, i.e. to fragment and complement the images in order to obtain the desired lenticular effect.