Tilt effect

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The tilting effect is a security feature of banknotes . As with a wobbly image , different images are thrown onto the eye from different angles. In this way, on the one hand, one can achieve that the relevant part of the banknote looks different from different angles (different colors or motifs); on the other hand, different images can be projected onto the left and right eyes in order to produce a 3D effect.

The tilting effect can be created by embossing or lenticular images; the predominant solution is the kinegram developed by Landis & Gyr .

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