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Imaging Technologies Releases ColorBlind Professional 5.0

Wednesday, October 23, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

New Features Include Multi-Channel Engine and Hexachrome Compatibility SAN DIEGO, Oct. 22 -- Imaging Technologies Corporation, a leading manufacturer of color management software, today announced the release of ColorBlind Professional 5.0 for Windows. ColorBlind Professional's key components and features are targeted to graphics professionals and pre-press markets.  ITEC's ColorBlind software is easy-to-use to create profiles for monitors, scanners, printers, copiers, and other output devices. Multichannel and hexachrome profiling is incorporated into the upgraded package.  These features are especially important in the pre-press and professional graphics markets.  ColorBlind Professional is designed to profile and emulate a commercial printing press. For output device profiling, users can create target patches varying from 300 to 1400 patches to apply color profiles to image pixel data.  The software can also be used to create custom targets.  USB connectivity is supported. ColorBlind applications will now be easier to use than ever before. ITEC has also improved ColorBlind Prove It!.  Prove It! monitor calibration software is now compatible with the "Eye One" device.  Prove It! supports CRT, LCD and flat panel monitors, Sequel Prove It! Meter, the X-Rite DTP-92 USB device, and other popular imaging products. The worldwide market for narrow and wide-format inkjet plotters and printers is estimated to be $40.3 billion by 2005, according to I.T. Strategies, a market research firm.  Popular brands are produced by Hewlett Packard, Lexmark, Epson, and Canon. ColorBlind Professional has a suggested retail price of $4,545 complete.

 

 

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