Pantone and onOne Software Partner to Provide Superior Digital Imaging Solutions
Friday, October 19, 2007
Oct. 18, 2007 - PhotoPlus Expo, onOne Software Booth #865, New York - Pantone, Inc., the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, and onOne Software Inc. today announced a new digital imaging bundle that improves the color fidelity and image control for design projects. Now available at a 30 percent cost savings, the bundle includes PANTONE huey(TM)PRO, a member of Pantone's award-winning huey family of display calibration products, and onOne Software's Genuine Fractals 5, an Adobe Photoshop plug-in for image scaling. Together, the two solutions help photographers and creative professionals create superior digital imaging projects.
hueyPRO offers color clarity and consistency across multiple CRT, laptop and LCD displays at an unprecedented level of precision calibration. Additionally, it features an embedded high-precision sensor that automatically measures the ambient light within a room. Genuine Fractals 5 is the industry standard for image enlargements, allowing users to increase images by 1000 percent with no loss in image quality.
"Color management is an important part of any photography or design project and hueyPRO offers greater control over on-screen fidelity," said Matthew Chilton, product marketing manager for Pantone, Inc. "By bundling hueyPRO with Genuine Fractals 5, we are offering photographers and creatives the best image resizing software while ensuring that their monitors are calibrated properly to display true color."
"We have spent years making sure that Genuine Fractals will deliver the highest quality enlargement possible to the photographic and design communities," said Mike Wong, vice president of marketing for onOne Software. "Having a correctly color calibrated display with true color is the first step in the process of getting that perfect enlargement, and the hueyPRO excels at simplifying the color management process. I use mine everyday."