Lenticular is an adjective often relating to lenses. It may refer to:

  • Lenticular cloud, a lens-shaped cloud
  • Lenticular galaxy, a lens-shaped galaxy
  • Lenticular (geology), adjective describing a formation with a lens-shaped cross-section
  • Lenticular nucleus, a lens-shaped nucleus in the brain
  • Lenticular lens, a technology for making moving or 3D images
    • Lenticular printing, a technology in which a lenticular lenses are used in printing specifically
  • Lenticular truss bridges, a bridge with a lens-shape truss

Other articles related to "lenticular":

List Of NGC Objects (2001–3000) - 2801-2900
09h 12m 02.6s -64° 51′ 46″ 7.8 2812 Lenticular galaxy/Spiral galaxy Cancer 09h 17m 40.8s +19° 55′ 08″ 15.7 2813 Lenticular galaxy Cancer ...
Lenticular Fasciculus
... The lenticular fasciculus is a tract connecting the globus pallidus to the Thalamic fasciculus ... The thalamic fasciculus (composed of the lenticular fasciculus and ansa lenticularis) runs into the Thalamus ...
Lenticular Lens - Corrective Lenses
... Lenticular lenses are sometimes used as corrective lenses for improving vision ... Lenticular eyeglass lenses have been employed to correct extreme hypermetropia (farsightedness), a condition often created by cataract surgery when lens ... no power and is there merely to fill up the rest of the eyeglass frame and to hold or "carry" the lenticular portion of the lens ...
Lenticular Lens
... A lenticular lens is an array of magnifying lenses, designed so that when viewed from slightly different angles, different images are magnified ... common example is the lenses used in lenticular printing, where the technology is used to give an illusion of depth, or to make images that appear to change ...
Lenticular Reentry Vehicle
... The Lenticular Reentry Vehicle (LRV), according to a November 2000 Popular Mechanics cover story, was an experimental nuclear warhead delivery ... to determine the feasibility of developing a missile-defense system based on flying discs (lenticular vehicles) ... was terminated by 1961, research had shown lenticular-shaped vehicles possessed sound re-entry characteristics ...