Three in one: Multiscale Hardcopy Depiction of the Mars Surface in True3D
The visualisation of both geospatial Earth data and extra-terrestrial objects is gain- ing increasing importance. Until recently, hardcopy displays were confined to mostly static, two-dimensional or pseudo-three-dimensional depictions. The various effects offered by lenticular foil technology allow the generation of flip-image effects, short animations, and true-3D displays in hardcopy form. One advantage of this method is that these effects can be spontaneously viewed with the unaided eye. This article gives a concise overview of the lenticular foil technology (hereafter lenticular technology) and describes the production of the lenticular display presented on the cover of this month's issue of PE&RS.
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|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Three in one: Multiscale Hardcopy Depiction of the Mars Surface in True3D|
|Series title||Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing|
|Contributing office(s)||Astrogeology Science Center|
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