Recently, a planoconvex structure electrowetting lenticular lens capable of 2D/3D conversion through a varifocal property by an electrowetting phenomenon has been developed. However, even though it has a similar planoconvex structure to that of a commercial solid lenticular lens, comparable 3D performance could not be realized because the refractive index difference between nonconductive liquid and conductive liquid was not large. Therefore, the goal of the present study is to obtain better 3D performance compared to the conventional planoconvex structure by introducing a novel biconvex structure using ETPTA. The newly developed biconvex structure electrowetting lenticular lens showed greatly improved characteristics compared to the planoconvex structure: dioptric power (171.69D -> 1,982.56D), viewing angle (26degrees -> 46degrees), and crosstalk ratio (27.27% -> 16.18%). Thanks to these improvements, a fine 3D image and a natural motion parallax could be observed with the biconvex structure electrowetting lenticular lens. In addition, the novel biconvex structure electrowetting lenticular lens was designed to achieve a plane lens state with a no voltage applied condition, and as such it could show a clean 2D image at 0 V. In conclusion, a novel biconvex structure electrowetting lenticular lens showed 2D/3D switchable operation as well as excellent 3D performance compared to a solid lenticular lens.