Rittenhouse Archives launched in September 1999,
Star Trek: The Original Series In Motion, the first-ever all-lenticular Star Trek
card series featuring 24 different cards in its base set, plus
8 Sound In Motion audio cards.
Each card in the series measured 5"x7" and featured multiple lenticular (or motion) sequences.
Star Trek: The Original Series In Motion was limited to 8,000
sequentially numbered boxes, and is believed to be the most limited
hobby product ever created for the sci-fi classic. Each box
contained 20 packs, with one Sound In Motion card included as a box
Each pack contained 3 lenticular cards and had a suggested
retail price of $4.99 per pack. A custom album was also available,
complete with 15 plastic sheets to house the entire set and a bonus
sound in motion card.