Lenticular print used in children’s hospital

A University Hospital, which wanted to renovate its walls, in Amsterdam has commissioned America Digitaal Druk to produce a tropical forest scene.

The printing effect, known as lenticular printing and produced on an Inca Eagle 44 inkjet printer, has helped to create a tranquil place in which patients, parents and visitors can relax.

America Digitaal Druk printed the scene on to two-part lenticular panels, designed so that when viewed from slightly different angles the images appear to move.

The company matched the 18 panels printed onto Dibond material to create the ‘live’ moving effect.

Inca Digital Printers, part of the Dainippon Screen Group, is a manufacturer of flat-bed inkjet printing technology.

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