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HumanEyes Donates Lenticular Workflow to PIA

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

JERUSALEM -- HumanEyes Technologies, providers of the complete, end-to-end lenticular workflow solution for the creation and printing of 3D and 2D special effects, announces today the donation of HumanEyes Producer3D to Printing Industries of America's Center for Digital Printing.

HumanEyes Producer3D lenticular workflow solution was most recently selected as one of Graph Expo 2008's most compelling niche products by a panel of 16 leading industry consultants and trade magazine editors. By offering the Printing Industries of America's Center for Digital Printing the newest tools and features that have been designed to simplify the lenticular pre-print process, HumanEyes Producer3D is enjoying popularity growth among printers wishing to increase functionality and productivity.

"Since the receipt of the 2007 donation, Printing Industries of America has had the opportunity to use HumanEyes software successfully, producing eye-catching special effects samples such as direct mail, promotional and display pieces that showcase the capabilities of the Center for Digital Printing and select association programs and conferences. One of the ways in which we're able to help our members stay current with the latest technologies and innovative advancements is through the generosity and support of companies such as HumanEyes," says Julie Shaffer, Vice President, Digital Technologies, Printing Industries of America.

Shahar Bin-Nun, HumanEyes VP Sales, says, "By donating our most up to date version of HumanEyes Producer3D to Printing Industries of America, we hope that printers will have the resources to obtain the most advanced education on imaging tools. We are honored to once again support Printing Industries of America and its commitment to educating graphic arts users. It is an organization that leads by example, and printers will therefore see that this technology gives them the ability to increase revenue and create new opportunities for their clients to reach target audiences."




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