HumanEyes Debuts Turnkey 3D Lenticular Creation Solution for Designers
Press release from the issuing company
Jerusalem & New York – March 13, 2007 –- HumanEyes is shipping Creative3D, software engineered specifically for the professional design community and offering design-centric tools for 3D and lenticular effects creation. HumanEyes is also debuting this week its free companion service, Creative Marketplace, which matches designers to lenticular printers who can output high quality 3D & lenticular effects.
Creative3D is priced at $299 U.S., and a 60-day, fully-functional trial can be downloaded at www.humaneyes.com. Creative3D permits designers to utilize the high-impact, dynamic visual appeal of 3D and 2D lenticular effects with low investment and complete control over the design. In addition to spectacular 3D creation, Creative3D includes acclaimed HumanEyes technologies such as exclusive 2D to 3D conversion; flips; and zoom, opacity, movement and rotation animations.
Creative Marketplace gives creative professionals a fast, easy and reliable avenue for getting their lenticular jobs produced on time and on budget. Creative Marketplace is a free, 24/7 web-based service accessed directly from the Creative3D environment, and allowing users to quickly post their projects on-line, where they then receive price and time quotes. The Creative3D user can review the estimates – and only then decide whom he or she would like to work with. All interactions are anonymous.
Amir Veresh, HumanEyes Vice President of Marketing, says, “The Creative Marketplace reduces the time and effort from creation to finished product for the Creative3D user, as well as offering the PrintPro 2.0 printer a great chance to expand their business and communicate with potential customers. Introducing this service is an additional step in HumanEyes' vision of making lenticular a popular and feasible media for mainstream brand owners, creative agencies and printers.”
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