3D and Animated Lenticular PhotographyBetween Utopia and Entertainment (Studies in Theory and History of Photography)
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
By: Kim Timby
Viewers have long been fascinated by photographs that animate with a flick of the wrist or appear three-dimensional without the use of special devices. Both are made possible by the lenticular process. Broadly weaving this technology into scientific and popular culture, this volume sheds new light on our relationship to photographic realism and on the forceful interplay in photography between innovation and the desire to be entertained.