ColorByte Software and RIT Team Up to Provide Imaging Education
Press release from the issuing company
Rochester Institute of Technology is enhancing its commitment to providing students with the latest in photographic imaging technology.
ColorByte Software has partnered with RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences to supply the latest in Raster Image Processing (RIP) software to assist students and faculty in the education and production applications of wide-format inkjet output. The IMAGEPRINT RIP is capable of producing photo-quality printed images.
"This software will allow us to implement a digital workflow that provides an efficient use of time and resources while producing outstanding output from our large format devices," says Bill Fischer, RIT’s imaging systems management chair.
Through its many applications and uses, the RIP software works in conjunction with various output devices to teach digital workflow, color control, and production issues associated with large-format inkjet devices.
From a production standpoint, students anywhere on campus will be able to access the software and its ability to handle multiple file formats. Users can produce prints up to 44-inches in width and an unlimited length.
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