See the MittonLR1 in action taking a 3D portrait of Monica Loughman,
the irish ballerina, for Allianz insurance.
Mitton LR1 linear rail system
If you are going to produce a lot of 3D work, whether
for lenticulars, anaglyphs or holograms then you may want to
consider buying the Mitton LR1 system.
The Mitton LR1 is a new and exciting tool for creating
3D images of the very highest quality, suitable for all types
of commercial and portrait work, on and off site, using your
own camera and printer. The LR1 enables a number of frames to
be taken around the subject to create a 3D image, capturing
the essence of the scene, replicating the reality of depth in
the most precise way.
The Mitton LR1 Software then interlaces these images so that
when they are affixed, by you, to lenticular screen a most amazing,
professional 3D image is borne. Effortlessly, cost effectively
At last the opportunity now exists for you to be able to confidently
offer this exciting technology to your customers, and expand
your business horizons.
When the designers at Mitton3D set out to create a revolutionary
system for taking “true 3D photographs” using the
photographer's own camera, they did not take the task lightly.
The challenge which stood before them was to merge 160 years
of knowledge from the science of three dimensional image capture
and adapt this to today’s digital photographic technology.
The Mitton LR1 is accompanied by dedicated computer software
designed to generate lenticular images accurately and fluidly.
The clear and intuitive interface puts the control in the hands
of the photographer.
Anaglyphs and animations can be generated for display to clients
and projects can be saved for future use, all with the aim of
maximising the impact of your lenticular photographs and minimising
the time required for their production.
The Mitton3D software provides everything you need to manage
and process your three dimensional imagery.
lenticulars.net is a licensed reseller of the Mitton LR1
For more information call 00 44 1282 612 067 for details.
To view the
dedicated website please visit www.mitton3d.com