Continuous tone color, even for lenticolor printing
DRIP's innovative color reproduction system eliminates the source of screening frequency interference noise so we can imitate color photographic reproduction very closely. The total elimination of screening frequency interference noise is even more appreciable when printing animated, interactive and auto stereoscopic 3D lenticular images, since the old process produced a lot more interference with the addition of the lenticular lens' frequency, angle and magnification. An additional advantage of DRIP, especially with respect to lenticular images, is the production of brighter images, delivering more white surface light reflection (or transmission, for a back-lit image) than any other full color ink printing process, without sacrificing color depth or linearity.
Mathematical simulations demonstrate DRIP's ability to reproduce flat continuous tones, even of the most complex color, without any of the artifacts caused by standard screening interference noise. DRIP doesn't produce moiré patterns and isn't sensitive to bad registration and, unlike stochastic printing, DRIP has an extremely low dot gain generation factor and a much more linear transfer curve.