Various 3D Lenticular Posters for £7.00 each @ ASDA instore and online
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Various 3D Lenticular Posters for £7.00 each @ ASDA instore and online

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Found 17th May 2009
These Posters are part of a unique range of cutting edge, fully licensed 3D Lenticular posters which create the illusion of depth using multi-layered 3D imagery and the latest technology.

These posters are not printed like a traditional poster, but are produced using a high definition plastic lenticular lens.

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Saw these instore yesterday, though I might get them cheaper online elsewhere but cannot find them cheaper anywhere saving on average £3.

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Asda instore do have a wider range to whats available online!!


Only second post and quite tired... any probs let me know.... thanks

7 Comments

poooooooooooooooooooooop

These posters are awesome. Never knew Asda sold them.

lol @ "cutting edge", I have a lenticular poster that my mum owned as a child, it must be at least 50 years old!

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monkeybrains;5236277

poooooooooooooooooooooop



Care to say why?

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Rubisco;5236716

lol @ "cutting edge", I have a lenticular poster that my mum owned as a … lol @ "cutting edge", I have a lenticular poster that my mum owned as a child, it must be at least 50 years old!



Yeah lol, I just copied and pasted... still think they look good though

Rubisco;5236716

lol @ "cutting edge", I have a lenticular poster that my mum owned as a … lol @ "cutting edge", I have a lenticular poster that my mum owned as a child, it must be at least 50 years old!



Lenticular printing is a technology in which a lenticular lens is used to produce images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles. Examples of lenticular printing include prizes given in Cracker Jack snack boxes that showed flip and animation effects such as winking eyes, and modern airport advertising graphics that change their message depending on the viewing angle. This technology was created in the 1940s but has evolved in recent years to show more motion and increased depth. Originally used mostly in novelty items, lenticular prints are now being used as a marketing tool to show products in motion. Recent advances in large-format presses have allowed for oversized lenses to be used in lithographic lenticular printing.[1]

cross1;5237507

Care to say why?



no i ment pooop as in normal poop, nothing to do with the deal
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