Dynamical moirés

Dynamically evolving moiré shapes with lenticular lenses.


Moiré images are created by sampling tiny elements with an array of lenticular lenses. One may create rectilinear, circular or spiral-like displacements of moiré shapes. Repetitive elements printed at the highest resolution beneath the lens array yield dynamically evolving shapes that are very difficult to counterfeit. 

Use cases

Protection of plastic ID cards and driving licenses
Protection of tax stamps
Protection of pharmaceuticals
Protection of high-valued articles (perfumes, watches…)
Protection of brands


Professional prints (offset, rotogravure, flexography) superposed with the lenticular lens array
Professional prints on plastic cards with the cylindrical lens array embossed by lamination plates