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Re: 3-D pictures

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henry (taylorh)
Wed, 14 May 1997 10:19:19 -0700 (MST)

It might be easier to just look for sheets of the plastic. It is just a
grooved (4-6 mil I think) sheet that is laminated on. The image is in
stripes, I believe, interspersing the image for one eye with the image for
the other. Kinda like those projects where you paint on two different
paintings on two sides of a triangular or prism shaped strip of molding
applied to a backing board:

/\------------------\ <------------- one such strip
/ \ \

Painting1 Painting2
\ / /----- many strips
\ / /
|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^|<------- board

Look for a sheet of clear thickish plastic that looks
like this:

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (but with finer smaller ^)


On Wed, 14 May 1997, Lily Veeder wrote:

> Help if you can:
> I'm trying to figure out a way to remove pictures from the back of
> that funny, textured 3-D plastic. They are the kinds of pictures
> that move when you move. I want to remove the picture and try to lay
> it over (laminate) a drawing. Any ideas?
> Lily Veeder
> Dickinson State University