Lenticular photography Studio
We are technically equipped to shoot 3D photograph of products with the latest Technology equipments. In house shooting facility available as well as outdoor shooting on site or any location as per clients requirement.
Lenticular Design Studio
At Rays 3D our creative team is highly qualified to create design for Lenticular printing. We can create 3D from 2D file ad well as different type of effects as per the requirement. Our Creative department first understand the concept and the requirement accordingly develop the Lenticular design to the maximum exposer of the product with using Lenticular medium. We at Rays 3D also develop products as per clients specification and requirement with in the strain budget.
Lenticular Exhibition Displays
Rays 3D has come out with an innovative Lenticular displays which can be used for exhibitions, conferences, product launches and road shows. We can even design a campaign for exhibitions and promotions with Lenticular products for some specific requirement, which will not only attract the visitors to the exhibition place, but also will mark an long lasting impact with this latest technology medium.
What is Anaglyph
A stereoscopic picture where the left and right eye images are superimposed, but in different colours. A colour filter over each eye only transmits the image component suitable for that eye and the brain interprets the result in three dimensions.
Your ability to see “depth” is based on the fact that each eye sees an object or scene from a different perspective. The brain puts these different views together as a stereoscopic image. An anaglyph involves the use of two pictures of the same image taken from different positions, “fooling” the brain into thinking it is seeing two different views, which creates a stereoscopic image.
Advantages of Anaglyphs
1. No optical gymnastics are required (no need to go cross eyed or wall-eyed).
2. Anybody with normal vision can see 3D in an anaglyph.
3. The image covers the whole computer screen, not just half the screen. Spatial and stereoscopic resolution is twice as good as image pairs.
4. Red – Cyan stereoscopic glasses are common and cheap, often coming free with magazines showing 3D.
5. A singe digital projector can show anaglyphs on a screen for a large audience, who see three dimensions through the same, cheap, coloured glasses used for computer or print viewing. This avoids the hassle and expense of two separate projectors as used for polarised viewing.
A pair of eyeglasses with two filters of the same colors, once used on the cameras (or now simulated by image processing software manipulations) is worn by the viewer. In the case above, the red lens over the left eye allows only the red part of the anaglyph image through to that eye, while the cyan (blue/green) lens over the right eye allows only the blue and green parts of the image through to that eye. Portions of the image that are red will appear dark through the cyan filter, while portions of colors composed only of green and blue will appear dark through the red filter. Each eye therefore sees only the perspective it is supposed to see.