A fascinating effect on a perfectly flat display: This postcard is just 1 millimetre thin, thanks to the patented True-3D technology.
A great keepsake, and an impressive greeting card as well (standard postage).
This postcard is not an embossed map - it is perfectly flat - you cannot feel the shape of the relief. The three-dimensional impression is solely achieved by means of a special printing process. Thus you do not need the otherwise usual red-green glasses, either.
Click the sample buttons to see the range of view in each postcard.
Earth. This is the first picture postcard to display the Earth truly three-dimensionally. See our blue planet from space as if you are orbiting the Earth by a spacecraft. Enjoy your view with a fascinating effect on a perfectly flat display: This postcard is just 1 millimetre thin, thanks to the patented True-3D technology.
Earth - Our Only Home. Size is 5¾ x 5¾. A truly spectacular large 3D postcard of the Earth.
Earth - Our Only Home card
Rotating Earth. To fly around the Earth - it seems to be a dream of everyone. With this flipping picture postcard you can make the dream come true. Experience the exciting effect of the Rotating Earth within your own hands. Tilt the postcard and see the continents flying past.
Rotating Earth card
3D Solar System, Sun, and Planets Postcards
The Planets of our Solar System. This postcard shows all the 8 official planets of our solar system in true 3D. The larger scaled inner planets Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars as well as the outer planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are harmonically arranged around the Sun.
Solar System card
Terrestrial Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars. Size is 4 x 10½. This postcard shows the 4 terrestrial planets of our solar system in true 3D.
Terrestrial Planets card
Gas Giants: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Size is 4 x 10½. This postcard shows the 4 gaseous planets of our solar system in true 3D.
Gas Planets card
Sun. The Sun is the star in the center of our planetary system. Life on Earth depends on the Sun. This postcard impressively and three-dimensionally shows the surface with its corona, sun spots and protuberances, recorded by ESA's and NASA's spacecraft SOHO.
Mercury and the Sun. Mercury is the smallest and innermost planet of our solar system. Due to its size and chemical composition it ranks among the earthlike planets. Because it is orbiting very close to Sun Mercury is not easy to observe. The more fascinating this postcard shows this planet in a new dimension. The image composition is completed by the Sun in the background.
Mercury and the Sun card
Venus. Venus, named after the Roman goddess of love, is the second-closest planet of our solar system. Classified as a terrestrial planet, it is sometimes called Earth's "sister planet", for the two are similar in size, gravity, and bulk composition. It is the brightest natural object in the sky in the morning and in the evening. The Venus' atmosphere consists mostly of carbon dioxide. This postcard shows Venus not only in True-3D but also changing with and without atmosphere.
Mars. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System and the nearest neighbour to Earth. Due to its orange and glutton appearance it was named after the Roman god of war. The name "red planet" is often used, too. The red color can be explained by iron(III)-oxide-dust (rust), that is scattering within the atmosphere.
The two small moons Phobos and Deimos are orbiting the Mars and are shown here also truly-3D.
Jupiter. This postcard shows the biggest planet of our solar system with four moons truly three-dimensionally. The gas giant Jupiter is two and a half times as massive as all of the other planets in our solar system combined. The four Galilean moons Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto were discovered by Galileo Galilei and are named after the lovers of Zeus.
Saturn. Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest planet in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It got its name after the Roman god Saturnus and it is a gas giant like Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune. This is the first picture postcard to display the Saturn with its moons truly three-dimensionally.
Uranus. Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun and the third-largest and fourth-most massive planet in the solar system. It is named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky, the father of Kronos (Saturn) and grandfather of Zeus (Jupiter). Uranus was discovered in 1781 by Wilhelm Herschel. Like the other giant planets, Uranus has a ring system, a magnetosphere, and numerous moons. This postcard shows Uranus' biggest moons Oberon, Umbriel, Ariel, Miranda and Titania, which all are named after Shakespeare's figures. It is the coldest planetary atmosphere in the Solar System, with a minimum temperature of 49 K (-224 °C).
3D Moons Postcards
Moon. The Moon is the Earth's only natural satellite. Its diameter is 3,474 km and its minimum distance to Earth is about 363,104 km. It is orbiting Earth within approx. 27,3 days. On 07/20/1969 Appolo 11 landed on the Moon and Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin became the first human beings on the Moon while Michael Collins orbited above.
Hold the Moon in your hands and get a fascinating impression of its 3-dimensionality.
Mars' Moon Phobos. Size is 5¾ x 5¾. A wonderful large 3D postcard of the Phobos showing huge craters on its surface.
Galilean Moons of Jupiter: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto. Size is 4 x 10½. These moons were named after the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei, who observed them in 1610. They are by far the largest and best known of the Jovian moons.
Galilean Moons card
Jupiter's Io - the Most Volcanic Moon. Size is 5¾ x 5¾. A wonderful large 3D postcard of Io.
Enceladus - the Icy Moon of Saturn. Size is 5¾ x 5¾. A large 3D postcard of Triton.
Triton - The Largest Moon of Neptune. Size is 5¾ x 5¾. A large 3D postcard of Triton.