Integrated Color Corporation Releases ColorEyes Display
Press release from the issuing company
Billerica, MA, November 2004—Integrated Color Corporation—the creator of ColorEyes Commercial and ColorEyes 20/20, the groundbreaking profiling tools for digital cameras—has released ColorEyes Display, the latest color management innovation for digital photography and printing. ColorEyes Display is based on the color monitor technology of Integrated Color Solutions, the industry leader in remote proofing. A total monitor management solution for the professional photographer as well as the printing industry, ColorEyes tools permit photographers to calibrate their input devices, from cameras to monitors, thus achieving complete and precise color control while realizing significant savings in time over trial and error methods.
ColorEyes Display is designed for use with all CRT monitors and LCD displays. The product is sold with the X-Rite DTP-94 monitor calibrator, but also supports the EyeOne Pro, EyeOne Photo, EyeOne Monitor, Spectrolino, and EyeOne Display by GretagMacbeth, as well as the Monaco Optix, the X-Rite DTP-92USB and Spectrocam, the BasICColor Squid, and the Sony Artisan puck.
In announcing ColorEyes Display, Derrick Brown, President of Integrated Color Corporation, observed: "Virtually every manufacturer in the color management business focuses on making the best hardware, while Integrated Color Corporation concentrates on delivering the best software. Photographers and printers who do not have display calibration will find ColorEyes Display the perfect solution. Those who already have a good instrument can upgrade their software to the latest technology while protecting their hardware investment."
John Sweeney, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Integrated Color Solutions, discussing ColorEyes Display, commented: "Integrated Color Solutions is excited about bringing our sophisticated color management technology to the photo studio and printing industry through our partnership with industry leader Integrated Color Corporation. We share the vision of a color managed, digital workflow from digital camera to printing plate and press."
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