True-3D contains several shots of the same subject taken from different perspectives. These takes however are slotted into each other, resulting from a highly complex process. When looking at the pictorial content, each eye perceives only the visual information according to its current angle of view, because of an exactly adjusted lenticular foil covering each display. So both eyes perceive a pictorial content that is slightly, yet decisively differing in perspective - just like when looking at the real three-dimensional structure. Thus, the brain constructs the same three-dimensional picture.

Flip-effect The flip-effect livens up any picture, as a couple of motifs alternate on a single display. Simply changing your angle of view, you will see varied subjects. Whether different shots of the same object or entirely different contents, the flip-effect always gets you a plus as to pictorial information.