lenticule


len·ti·cule

noun \ˈlen-tə-ˌkyül\

Definition of LENTICULE

1
:  any of the minute lenses on the base side of a film used in stereoscopic or color photography
2
:  any of the tiny corrugations or grooves molded or embossed into the surface of a projection screen

Origin of LENTICULE

Latin lenticula
First Known Use: 1942

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