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HumanEyes to Launch Producer 3D at drupa

Monday, April 21, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

April 18, 2008 -- Jerusalem -- Leading lenticular 3D software developer, HumanEyes Technologies, announces it will introduce its latest software solution - Producer3D - at DRUPA 2008.  The innovative new software solution is set to change the face of lenticular printing by offering an impressive array of new lenticular tools and 'industry first' prepress features that simplify the preprint process, greatly improve lenticular productivity and provide superior lenticular print quality. Producer3D, which replaces HumanEyes 1.3 in the PrintPro product family, has been chosen for live lenticular printing demonstrations by five partners on their stands throughout DRUPA 2008.

Simon Joy, production manager at Reflex Printed Plastics in the United Kingdom, was involved in beta testing the new lenticular software: "HumanEyes has listened to customers and developed a software that is very easy to use and offers considerable productivity gains in the lenticular printing process through simplification of the user interface. The level of functionality is exceptional for lenticular software, and has the potential to open doors to a lot of new market sectors for those who use the software to its full capacity."

HumanEyes' promise to its customers is that the productivity gains and ease of use offered by Producer3D will enable all printers to quickly and easily adopt and use market-leading lenticular technology.

Says Duby Hodd, CEO, HumanEyes: "Producer3D is a breakthrough in lenticular printing, demonstrating our leadership in the development of ground-breaking lenticular and 3D solutions. The extensive range of new features we have built into this product will be unveiled at DRUPA 2008." Hodd says that Producer3D is an excellent lenticular workflow proposition for every digital and commercial litho printer looking to grow his or her business through investment in strong, innovative technologies.

HumanEyes Technologies is the first company to successfully integrate such an extensive range of tools and prepress features into lenticular and 3D printing software. The software is engineered to offer maximum productivity; reduce both time and costs when printing lenticular; and open up exciting new revenue streams for printers. "Producer3D presents an enormous opportunity for printers to move quickly and cost-effectively into new markets," Hodd says.
 
PRODUCER3D TO BE DEMONSTRATED BY FIVE INDUSTRY LEADERS AT DRUPA
Hodd reports that HumanEyes partners, too, have been very impressed with Producer3D and were eager to host the solution on their booths. "The fact that we are now the lenticular partner of choice for a growing number of companies who are leaders in their respective fields shows both the inherent versatility of our products and the belief these major players have in our technology," says Hodd.
 
Live printing demonstrations of Producer3D will be given throughout DRUPA on HumanEyes Technologies' partner stands including HP; KBA; Océ Display Graphics Systems; Fujifilm and Gandinnovations.
 
Producer3D will be available from Q3 2008 and bundled with HumanEyes' Creative3D and HumanEyes 3D photographic software, ensuring customers have the complete package for lenticular file creation and print production.
 
HumanEyes lenticular technology will be featured on the following partner stands at DRUPA:
    •    Fujifilm Stand A25; Hall 8b
- Printing on a Fujifilm Acuity HD 2504
    •    Océ Display Graphics Systems Stand A44; Hall 6
- Printing on a Océ Arizona 250 GT
    •    Gandinnovations Stand A23; Hall 5
- Printing on a Jeti1224 UV True Flatbed
    •    KBA Stand B45; Hall 16
    •    HP Stand B26; Hall 8a

 

 

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