lenticular film process

lenticular film process

[len′tik·yə·lər ′film ‚prä·səs]
(graphic arts)
An additive color-photography process in which the camera lens carries a three-color banded filter, the film is embossed on the back with minute lenses facing the camera lens, development by reversal produces a photograph broken up into minute elements each of which is an image of the filter, and projection through a similar filter gives a color reproduction.
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