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HumanEyes Unveils Creative3D 2.0

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Jerusalem, Israel, January 7, 2008 - HumanEyes will debut Creative3D 2.0, one-of-a-kind software that allows designers to create impressive 3D and animated prints. HumanEyes, a leading developer of 3D and special effects software solutions for photographers, designers, and digital as well as litho printers; is unveiling the latest version of its Creative3D software at Macworld Expo, being held January 15-17 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
In this newest (Mac OS based) version of Creative3D, designers will be able to easily create 3D and animation effects for commercial print applications, including POP, packaging, advertising products and premiums, plastic cards, direct mail and outdoor/out of home advertising.  With Creative3D 2.0 they can also print 5x7'' samples directly from their desktop inkjet printer. As part of the new Creative3D 2.0 package, HumanEyes will include lens media for printing the samples.  
A special Macworld Expo show discount for attendees is being offered.  Visit the HumanEyes exhibit #4336-23 in the Special Interest Pavilion, Digital Media Solutions Section, to receive the special show price of $199 (instead of the regular price of $299).  HumanEyes will also offer the discount to online purchasers from the start of Macworld Expo on January 15 through January 31, at http://www.humaneyes.com/products/creative-3d/macworld
Designers' Print Partners are Offering 3D and Animations Output
Printers and graphic specialty companies like Excelsus Solutions of Rochester, New York; Refined Sight of New York, New York; Tukaiz, Franklin Park, Illinois; Same Day Banner of Las Vegas, Nevada and Anro of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are increasing their 3D lenticular production offerings for the growing numbers of designers and brands requesting it. Using the new Creative3D 2.0 software, creative professionals can now design their projects and then print them at the many certified HumanEyes printers.
3D adoption is on the rise throughout the Americas. Fujifilm, HP, Océ, Nur, Screen, Mimaki and Gandinnovations are just a few of the major printer manufacturers bundling or recommending HumanEyes 3D applications with their solutions. 
Brand Managers are Asking for It
"Brand managers have learned from the last few years of experimenting with novel electronic and print media, such as in-store videos and vehicle wraps, that  3D and special effects like flip are proving to get, and hold, consumer attention," says Jeff Miller, HumanEyes Director of Sales for the Americas.
Creative 3D Details
HumanEyes Creative3D software allows designers to manage the entire 3D and animated design creation process. Conversion of 2D imagery into 3D content, and the creation of 2D animation effects (e.g. flips, movement, rotation and more) is accomplished quickly and professionally, with superior quality. Creative3D users are able to review, in real-time, each part of the project - and apply needed changes accordingly.
In addition to printing samples directly using Creative3D version 2.0, the latest Creative3D updates for the design community include:
Improved flip capabilities that make the timeline workflow even easier to use.
New Convergence Tool - Can be used with 3D pictures to change the focal point.
Flash Preview- A flash preview of your project that can be sent to customers or used for collaboration.
Price and Availability
Creative3D 2.0 is available immediately as a stand-alone product or as a simple upgrade to Creative3D version 1.5. Those with Creative3D Version 1.0 are also able to trial the new version for free, prior to purchase. The $199 promotional price is available from January 15 through January 31, 2008.

 

 

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