HumanEyes 3D Receives Another Prestigious Industry Recognition & Draws Crowds at Major Industry Events
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Jerusalem -- October 9, 2007 -- HumanEyes Technologies continues to garner accolades and crowds at major industry events this fall. HumanEyes reports a very successful showing at Graph Expo, where its Creative3D software was a recipient of a WORTH-A-LOOK award as part of the MUST SEE 'EMS product and technology program.
According to the MUST SEE 'EMS sponsors, the Graphic Arts Show Company and PrintCom Consulting Group, the recognition program is designed to give printers attending the show insight into emerging and evolving technologies, and new products that they should pay close attention to at the Graph Expo show. HumanEyes Creative3D was selected for recognition from almost 6,600 products, by a panel of 16 leading industry consultants and trade editors.
On the heels of Graph Expo -- where HumanEyes was showcased by its high-profile partners -- the company will again be a featured solution; this time at the upcoming SGIA Expo and Conference. From October 24 to 27 at the Orlando Convention Center, Florida; visitors will find HumanEyes' award-winning 3D and lenticular software solutions at the following partner exhibits: Caldera (booth 0200), Fujifilm (booth 0246), HP (booth 2100), Mimaki (booth 1332), Nur (booth 1646) and Océ (booth 2646).
HumanEyes solutions give printers the opportunity to incorporate 3D and lenticular effects printing services into their portfolio as unique, added-value services and as a strong point of differentiation. HumanEyes provides end-to-end solutions for easy content creation, design and production of printed lenticular projects. HumanEyes is being used professionally to create printable 3D, flips and animated images - for an extensive range of applications including back-lit posters, signs, innovative POP displays and out of home advertising.
"We are gratified to see the positive impact of our solutions and presence with partners at major events throughout North America this fall," says Duby Hold, HumanEyes CEO. "Not only did we receive recognition again as part of the MUST SEE 'EMS program, but this time we received it for another HumanEyes product, the Creative3D software . We've also had enthusiastic responses to our demonstrations and samples presented by our prestigious partners.
"This feedback reinforces our belief that printers and marketers are encouraged by the 3D and lenticular category as an innovative and viable technology for a wide range of print applications.
In explaining the growing interest and use of HumanEyes, Hodd says that 3D and lenticular imaging have long been cost prohibitive for many printers, and in the realm of experts and specialists. Today, however, the ease of use and versatility of the technology embodied in products like Creative3D and PrintPro software make this capability more accessible to, and profitable for, a wider realm of advertisers and the printers that serve them.
Hodd says that the market has recognized that HumanEyes products are rapidly opening the doors to success and breaking down barriers in this area of specialty imaging."
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