HumanEyes 3D’s Powerful Momentum In Evidence Throughout ISA’s Sign Expo 2007
Press release from the issuing company
Jerusalem & New York – March 30, 2007 -- The International Sign Association’s (ISA) Sign Expo 2007 is the latest major venue where HumanEyes’ latest 3D and lenticular innovations are being showcased. Leading partners including Fuji Sericol, Gandinnovations, Mimaki, Nur and newest distribution partner The Oldham Group are featuring HumanEyes technology in their respective booths at this major sign industry event. ISA is being held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas from April 11 – 14.
HumanEyes’ much acclaimed newest solutions, PrintPro 2.0 and Creative3D, and just-announced LensFree technology which permits 3D printing directly to glass and acrylic, continue to attract record numbers of new installs and partners. Over 13,000 professionals have downloaded the 60-day, fully-functional trial of Creative3D at www.humaneyes.com.
Brand New PrintPro and Creative3D Solutions Are Being Embraced by Designers & Printers
HumanEyes reports that the number of printers using its PrintPro 2.0, the full production version of its lenticular design-to-print technology, has been growing rapidly. Additionally, since its introduction earlier this month, Creative3D, the tool that HumanEyes introduced to foster more 3D and lenticular projects, has been downloaded by thousands. Also, HumanEyes’ Creative Marketplace link -- accessed directly from Creative3D when a job is ready for output – is now live on the web, and designers using it have begun posting their 3D and lenticular projects to get matched to printers who will give them time and price quotes.
“We’re excited about our strong presence at this year’s Sign Expo. We’re bringing concrete examples of how HumanEyes technologies, combined with the industry’s leading wide format and digital printers, delivers exciting new applications and opportunities for the sign market,” says Duby Hodd, CEO of HumanEyes.
Sign Expo 2007 attendees can see HumanEyes 3D in action throughout ISA. Fuji Sericol booth # 4460 and Mimaki booth #1006 are printing live lenticular using PrintPro 2.0. Partners printing live with HumanEyes both on lenticular and LensFree include: Gandinnovations booth #1424 and Nur booth #3206. New HumanEyes distributor, The Oldham Group, in booths 4877 and 5076; will include display samples of 3D and lenticular effects created using PrintPro 2.0.
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