An anaglyph picture is a printed or screen displayed 3D image that can be viewed with special anaglyph glasses in 3D. These glasses are equipped with a red and a cyan or blue film before the eyes. The pictures are mostly in black and white, sometimes also colorful. The image for the left eye cyan and the image for the right eye is red, exactly opposite to the color of the glasses. The images are superimposed on one page.
Since each image disappears in front of one eye by the color filter, the result is a three-dimensional image.
Aniva is a highly pigmented printing ink made by Epple, which achieves significantly higher colourfulness in CMYK mode than regular printing inks. They can be processed identically to regular printing inks, but they are much more colourful and lively than regular inks, so they have a noticeably wider colour range.
Aniva ICC profiles from Epple are available for proofing, which we can use for proofs on request.