The lenticular print starts by “interlacing” two or more images together. Interlacing is a process that involves slicing images into extremely narrow strips and splicing them together. The strips are spaced so that a small part of each image fits within the space of one lenticule. Each individual lenticule magnifies a small portion of the image underneath it. As the viewing angle changes, the portion of the image that is magnified changes. Many lenticules work together in harmony, the end result is a complete image that changes as the viewing angle changes.