Sony has created a sheet that turns any laptop into a glasses-free 3D machine, consigning 3D specs to the dustbin of history.
Have you always wanted to turn an Internet video or animated GIF into a lenticular print? There's a Kickstarter project for that.
Advertisement uses lenticular printing to show different anti-abuse messages depending on the viewer's height, and could help empower abused children to seek help.
The Fujifilm W3 lets users take 3D snaps thanks to its two 10 megapixel sensors on the front, and then view those images in 3D on the back without using glasses, thanks to a 3.5-inch lenticular screen