When looking at a real object our eyes perceive it from two slightly differing angles since they are set apart. The brain constructs three-dimensional depth from this difference. Due to the nature of the angles, closer objects have more of a three dimensional effect than those further away. True-3D displays contain several shots of the same subject taken from different perspectives. These images are slotted into each other by a highly complex process and then covered by a minutely adjusted lenticular foil coating. This adjustment or registration is what makes the 3D effect good or bad, mbmSystems are acknowledged to be the masters of True 3D. The images are so realistic that you can feel objects literally coming out at you and many people feel that if they touch it their fingers will disappear into the image.