There are a few technological limitations resulting from physical or optical conditions.
3D effect is not noticeable from a distance larger than 8 m consequence of human eye perception limitation.
The more depth is applied the more blurred the closest and far objects appear.
If you would like to achieve animation effect connected with viewers moving from left to right – you have to apply the effect on vertical lens. Animation on vertical lens can consist of no more than 3 frames.
For precise image fixation, the distance between the viewer and the picture should be pre-determined. It is more important in the case of animation.
When you employ flip or animation try to avoid using highly contrasted images. Otherwise ‘ghosting’ effect may appear. “Ghosting” is a slight transition between two neighbouring images.
Backlighting will greatly improve any lenticular effect.