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BOXX Offers NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise

AUSTIN, TX, Nov 11, 2021 – BOXX Technologies, the leading innovator of high-performance computer workstations, rendering systems, and servers, announced that as a supplier of NVIDIA-Certified Systems, BOXX products will also support NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, the multi-GPU real-time simulation and collaboration platform for 3D production pipelines. The announcement arrives as GTC 21, a global AI conference, is taking place through Nov 11. By offering NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, BOXX will empower customers with real-time collaboration regardless of geographical distance, significantly improving efficiency and reducing costs.

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“Our dedication to facilitating remote work for creators, along with the innovative integration of NVIDIA GPUs, makes our adoption of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise an easy decision,” said Bill Leasure, BOXX VP of sales and marketing. “Omniverse not only enables teams to collaborate remotely, it also accelerates workflows, allows seamless access to data and projects, and saves money while maximizing infrastructure value.”

“BOXX is a great partner with the knowledge and expertise to support all types of creators on how to implement and iterate with Omniverse Enterprise,” said Richard Kerris, vice president of the Omniverse development platform at NVIDIA. “BOXX is delivering NVIDIA-Certified workstations, servers and cloud services to support leading-edge end users of Omniverse Enterprise software.”

Reducing cost and waste while increasing the value of an organization’s existing infrastructure are key Omniverse Enterprise advantages. With simultaneous collaboration, project file iterations are made instantaneously, resulting in faster time to production with less redundancy and waste. In addition, Omniverse Enterprise’s “single source of truth” workflow saves money by eliminating excessive storage costs of large, redundant copies. The technology also maximizes the value of existing infrastructure by unlocking live-sync collaboration and linking teams working across disjointed systems and incompatible software applications. Omniverse will be available with BOXX APEXX workstations, RAXX rack mounted systems, BOXX Cloud, and FLEXX data center platforms (bare metal or virtualized solutions).

FLEXX

A multi-node, data center-ready system, FLEXX is capable of simultaneously supporting multiple types of compute nodes, providing the highest application performance for engineers, architects, designers, artists, and other professional content creators working on site or remotely. Compute nodes include NVIDIA Virtual Workstation nodes that can be accessed from any connected device, delivering performance previously available only in desk side workstations, as well as multi-CPU render nodes and multi-GPU workstation or render nodes. FLEXX systems are recommended for Autodesk Revit, Maya, 3ds Max, and Arnold, as well as SOLIDWORKS Simulation & Visualize, Chaos V-Ray, and other applications.

“Everything built must first be designed, simulated, and rendered, and the artists, designers, and engineers responsible are often part of a hybrid workforce, working remotely or located throughout the world,” said Leasure. “Each one of their skills requires its own physical or virtualized setup and each discipline its own applications. With NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, BOXX systems will unite and enable these creators to work simultaneously and run graphics-intensive applications from anywhere without sacrificing performance.”

About BOXX Technologies 

BOXX is the leading innovator of high-performance computer workstations, rendering systems, and servers for engineering, product design, architecture, visual effects, animation, deep learning, and more. For 26 years, BOXX has combined record-setting performance, speed, and reliability with unparalleled industry knowledge to become the trusted choice of creative professionals worldwide.

For more information, visit www.boxx.com.

Multiverse Announces $11.5M Seed Funding Round

SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, Oct 21, 2021 – Multiverse Computing, the first quantum computing startup dedicated to finance, tannounced it has closed a seed funding round of €10M (USD $11.55M).

Multiverse Computing developed its flagship product Singularity for companies in the financial industry seeking a strong competitive advantage by applying quantum computing solutions. The product enables financial professionals to run ultra-efficient quantum algorithms on any quantum computer from a simple spreadsheet to address highly complex problems, such as portfolio optimization and fraud detection, without requiring any knowledge of quantum computers.

The round was led by JME Ventures and also included Quantonation, EASO Ventures, Inveready, CLAVE Capital (Mondragón Fondo de Promoción), Ikerlan, LKS, Penja Strategy, Seed Gipuzkoa and Ezten Venture Capital Fund.

The funding will be used to consolidate the company’s growth and globalization strategy as well continue to advance its technology and marketing, according to Enrique Lizaso, Ph.D., co-founder and CEO of Multiverse Computing.

“We are a unique company in the quantum computing field,” Lizaso said. “While other firms are focused on improving the fundamental hardware and software components of quantum computers, we are keenly focused on leveraging the most advanced quantum devices available now to deliver near-term value for the financial sector.”

“We believe Multiverse Computing will be a global leader in the quantum computing industry,” Lizaso said. “We expect to have annual revenue close to €100 million by 2027 with a staff of 100 people.”

Multiverse Computing was founded in March 2019 with the help of the Basque Government-Spri and the Provincial Council of Guipuzkoa through the Txekintek / Ekintzaile program. In addition to having the local support of startup accelerators and leading technology centers such as the Donostia International Physics Centre (DIPC), the startup has also had the support of international institutions since its inception, such as Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab (CDL).

Multiverse Computing collaborates with recognized technology partners in quantum computing such as IBM, Microsoft, Xanadu, D-Wave, IonQ, Rigetti, Pasqal,

Alpine, Quantum Technologies, Strangeworks, Orca, Amazon AWS, Fujitsu, among others. The company is also collaborating with several large financial institutions exploring the potential of quantum computing.

In addition to its financial industry focus, the funding round will support the company’s gradual entry into new markets such as energy, mobility and smart manufacturing where Multiverse Computing already works with reference customers.

The company will also increase support for its global expansion which currently includes a fully operational office in Toronto and two recent office openings in Paris and Munich.

Román Orús, Ph.D., co-founder of the company and chief scientific officer, said that one of the key factors in the success of a knowledge-based company like Multiverse is its ability to attract global talent.

“At the moment, we have a team of 30 people of 10 different nationalities, many with Ph.D. degrees,” Orús said. “The company’s staff speaks 15 different languages.”

By the end of the year, the company expects to have at least 24 quantum algorithm international patents. The company expects its patent portfolio to grow to over 150 in the coming years.

“Thanks to our revolutionary product Singularity, users can open a simple spreadsheet and directly use the quantum algorithms that are needed,” said Sam Mugel, Ph.D., co-founder and technical director at Multiverse. “The algorithms are executed on a quantum computer to solve problems that were out of reach until now, all without requiring programming or quantum computing experience.”

About Multiverse Computing

Multiverse Computing is a global leader in quantum computing for finance. It is headquartered in San Sebastian, Spain, and has subsidiaries in Toronto, Paris and Munich.

Multiverse Computing brings significant advances in the financial sector to create a more resilient and prosperous economy.

The company combines quantum and quantum-inspired solutions to address complex open problems in finance by successfully demonstrating industry use cases that bring value to financial institutions today.

Singularity from Multiverse Computing is a platform that uses proprietary algorithms to solve real-world financial problems directly from spreadsheets and other tools that financial analysts are used to.

The team’s experience in both traditional and quantum computing means that Multiverse Computing can push the latest devices to the limit. Because the team also has extensive knowledge of financial issues, they can speak language of their clients and understand their problems.

For more information, visit www.multiversecomputing.com.

Roland Launches VersaSTUDIO BN-20A Desktop Printer/Cutter

IRVINE, CA, Oct 14, 2021 – Roland DGA, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers and other advanced digital devices, has announced the launch of its new VersaSTUDIO BN-20A desktop printer/cutter. Based on the company’s best-selling VersaSTUDIO BN-20, the new BN-20A offers the most popular features at an even lower price. The BN-20A delivers the same ease of use, print quality and versatility of the original BN-20, but by removing the recirculating specialty color channel for White and Metallic inks, Roland DGA is able to offer this value-packed “business in a box” for just $4,995 (MSRP). With its combined functionality, reliability and affordability, the BN-20A is the perfect device for anyone looking to start a home-based business, or for existing shops that want to expand by adding print-and-cut applications.

The outstanding imaging and integrated contour cutting capabilities of the BN-20A make it ideal for a wide range of applications, including signs, posters, decals, labels, customized apparel, and more. With its ability to produce vibrant graphics and automatically cut around virtually any shape, the BN-20A enables any print provider to stand out from the competition without making a large initial investment. It comes standard with intuitive output software that even beginners can use to easily produce high quality prints from design data such as illustrations and photos. Plus, the BN-20A is compact enough to be placed on a desk and can be used safely within any home, office or retail location without special electrical requirements.

The BN-20A takes full advantage of Roland DG’s GREENGUARD Gold certified Eco-Sol MAX 2 inks in a standard CMYK configuration. These specially formulated inks image beautifully, dry quickly, and provide rugged scratch resistance on a wide range of readily available 20-inch media, including poster paper, thermal transfers, PVC sheets, and PET films. The BN-20A also incorporates state-of-the-art features like the True Rich Color preset for vivid, accurate graphics and outstanding detail. Variable dot control produces droplets of seven different sizes for superior printing accuracy, while Roland Intelligent Pass Control ensures accurate dot placement between passes for excellent photographic reproduction, smooth gradations, and exceptional solid colors.

In addition to producing customer-pleasing prints, the BN-20A offers users the advantages of reliable, precise integrated contour cutting. With its ability to print and cut in a single operation, the BN-20A maximizes convenience and efficiency, making it perfect for applications like wall graphics and apparel decoration. The BN-20A also enables users to print, remove the print for lamination, and then return that laminated output to the printer for precision contour cutting using Roland DG’s patented Quadralign Optical Registration System.

“Our new BN-20A makes VersaSTUDIO desktop printer/cutter performance more affordable than ever,” said Daniel Valade, Roland DGA manager of Digital Print. “This compact yet powerful device is just the ticket for start-ups and existing operations. Whether you want to start a print business that you can operate from home, or expand your shop’s current print-and-cut product offerings, the BN-20A is the ideal inkjet. It’s an incredibly versatile, easy-to-use device that offers legendary Roland DG quality and reliability at an unbelievable price”

The BN-20A comes bundled with Roland DG’s user-friendly, feature-filled VersaWorks 6 software. Powered by a Harlequin RIP dual-core engine, VersaWorks 6 boasts a multitude of useful features, quick RIP speeds, and the ability to handle and correctly process complex PDF, EPS, and PS files with drop shadows and transparencies. A modern, intuitive interface makes VersaWorks 6 easy to navigate – simply drag and drop files from the desktop, or other folder locations, into the print queue for processing. The icon-based RIP experience allows the user to quickly access advanced layout, quality and color management, nesting, and job management tools.

To learn more about the new VersaSTUDIO BN-20A desktop printer/cutter, visit https://www.rolanddga.com/bn20series. For more information on Roland DGA Corp., or the complete Roland DGA product line, visit https://www.rolanddga.com.

About Roland DGA Corp.

Roland DGA Corp. serves North and South America as the marketing, sales, distribution and service arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, personalization and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, giftware and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for the dental CAD/CAM, rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and medical industries.

ibml Selects Colortrac Scanners

CHANTILLY, VA, Oct 8, 2021 – Colortrac announces its scanners were selected by ibml, an innovator in document scanners and intelligent information capture software. The Alabama-based company’s Business Process Outsourcing division chose the scanners for a multimillion-dollar conversion project. ibml required Colortrac’s high-production scanners for the project’s demands, but also for any scanning task for years to come.

ibml selected eight SmartLF SC 42-inch Colortrac scanners, as recommended by CA-based Paradigm Imaging Group. The multimillion-dollar conversion project had a tight deadline, and the scanners were in production around the clock.

“Many all-inclusive digital transformation projects have large format scanning needs with very stringent turnaround times. Some projects are a year or more, while others are just a few weeks. Simply put, without the Colortrac scanners added to our processing capabilities and imaging workflow, we would not have been able to complete the project effectively for our customers and profitably for ibml,” comments Erik Thimaras, director of conversion services, ibml.

Colortrac large format scanners enabled our company to quickly ramp up to accomplish multimillion-dollar high-volume document conversions while meeting — and exceeding — client requirements for turnaround and quality expectations,” Thimaras continues. “The scanners have proven to be reliable, durable, fast, accurate, and user-friendly. The TWAIN driver option integrates nicely with ibml Capture Suite software, allowing us to integrate the special documents into our scanning workflow along with our ibml FUSiON Scanners.

ibml’s Business Process Outsourcing division provides remittance processinghealthcare revenue cycle managementdisaster recovery document imaging, and general scanning and rescanning services. This includes indexing, data capture, back-file conversion, image and data archiving, conversion of film-based technology to digital format, and media destruction.

ibml uses its intelligent information capture software, ibml Capture Suite, to automate the processing of virtually any document, in any size, including specialty items such as books, engineering drawings, and ledgers.

“Accuracy, high quality, dependability, and speed are paramount for a service bureau. Our Colortrac scanners run five days a week, 8 to 16 hours a day. Year after year, the scanners handle the workload well,” Thimaras says.

“Our workflow consists of both large format jobs and projects that are mostly letter-size but have some oversized documents mixed in. We can use a combination of the Colortrac scanners and ibml scanners to process occasional large format documents in a collection. Thanks to the Colortrac scanners, we can accomplish these types of projects seamlessly and in a very cost-effective manner,” Thimaras adds.

About ibml

Based in Birmingham, Alabama with more than 250 employees worldwide, ibml is a leader in high-volume, intelligent capture automation. The company engineers, manufactures, and sells world-class equipment and software to help the world’s largest enterprises — in banking, finance, government entities, insurance, healthcare, telecoms and utilities — to extract actionable data and capture insights from hardcopy documents, and expedite critical decision-making.

For more information, visit www.ibml.com.

About Colortrac

Founded in 1989, Colortrac started by developing large format scanning solutions and quickly earned a reputation for value that led to the company winning the coveted Queen’s Awards for enterprise and export. Today, Colortrac serves the entire large format document scanning market with a portfolio of no-nonsense scanning solutions. Colortrac has more than 80 distributors in over 90 countries and is also an OEM supplier. The company is dedicated to making scanners that get the job done to high standards at a competitive price.

For more information, visit www.Colortrac.com.

Canon Launches imagePROGRAF GP Series

MELVILLE, NY, Sep 29, 2021 – Canon USA, Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, continues to bring new and exciting innovations to large-format printing. Newly launched is the imagePROGRAF GP Series, the world’s first* aqueous inkjet models to include Fluorescent Pink ink. Comprised of the 24-inch imagePROGRAF GP-2000, 44-inch imagePROGRAF GP-4000, 24-inch imagePROGRAF GP-200 and 36-inch imagePROGRAF GP-300, this series produces vivid neon colors for high value added output and graphics that will captivate consumer’s attention and may help to increase print business opportunities.

“Radiant Infusion”, a unique Canon technology, layers the Fluorescent Pink ink with other inks on the paper surface during printing, to create bright and soft color reproduction. This allows for the printing of high color graphics that support the expansion of a business’s printing capabilities. The Fluorescent Pink ink can also be used to print in specific areas such as text and objects to enable fluorescent color expression that makes those areas stand out. The user also has the option to print with or without the fluorescent ink completely. These GP Series inks can replicate the colors that represent one’s corporate brand that can be difficult to reproduce on a conventional inkjet printer. The Radiant Infusion technology is also integrated into PosterArtist Lite software to allow users to create high impact posters easily.

“We are proud to announce that the imagePROGRAF GP Series has obtained the world’s first “PANTONE Calibrated”1,2 license for the PANTONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE Coated3 containing the highly demanded fluorescent and pastel colors,” said Iain Pike, director of licensing and business development, Pantone/X-Rite. “Canon has also acquired PANTONE Calibrated licensing with two Pantone publications which expands the choice of color specification and helps ensure output results match the exact color viewed in the Solid Coated Guide by the designer.”

These devices allow the consumer to replicate high impact graphic posters, wall art and custom pop art that are ideal for the Millennial and Gen Z populations. These audiences, more than ever before, are purchasing items with vivid neon and fluorescent colors that can be seen on these personalized posters.

“We are proud to deliver on our commitment to develop pioneering solutions that answer the demands of the industry and therefore increase business potential for Canon customers,” said Shinichi Yoshida, executive vice president and general manager, Canon USA, Inc. “Today Canon is excited to introduce the imagePROGRAF GP Series, the world’s first aqueous inkjet models to include a fluorescent color. This series was built with the widest color gamut of any imagePROGRAF in history to easily produce vibrant, eye catching output.”

The imagePROGRAF GP-2000/4000 models have a 10-Color pigment-based plus Fluorescent Pink ink set, which includes Green, Orange, Red, Violet, Matte Black, Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Gray colors. This ink combination helps expand the range of color reproduction to achieve the largest color gamut in the history of the imagePROGRAF line-up. The GP-2000/4000 models achieve 99% coverage*4 of “PANTONE FORMULA GUIDE Solid Coated” and 97% coverage of “PANTONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE coated3. The GP-2000/4000 come equipped with a built-in multi-sensor which helps enable easy and economical color calibration for consistent color reproduction from print to print, as well as from printer to printer. In addition, these models are equipped with Intelligent Media Handling, which allows the operator to place the roll in the machine and the printer will automatically load the paper and detect media length, width and type. An optional Multifunction Roll System is available for these devises, which also utilizes Canon’s intelligent media handling. This is a versatile media handling solution system that enables either a second roll of media to be loaded in the printer, or the unit can be configured as a bi-directional media Take-up unit. Features such as these and the Radiant Infusion technology make these devices ideal for print-for-pay, design offices, proofing and signage markets.

The imagePROGRAF GP-200/300 printers have a 5-Color pigment based plus Fluorescent Pink ink set, which includes Matte Black, Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow colors. These printers support Radiant Infusion for in-house production of large format prints with increased appeal and visibility in various industries such as retail stores, restaurants, government offices, schools and general offices. The compact design of these printers allow them to easily fit in the small confinements of a classroom or company office without taking up too much valuable work space. For added convenience, all operator related tasks can be performed from the front of the printer allowing for the machine to be flush against the wall, ideal for locations with limited space.

Bundled with PosterArtist Lite, Canon’s poster creation software, users are able to create posters in 4 easy steps with included images and templates. The software includes new templates that allow you to create eye-popping, colorful images and posters in-house with ease. Adding even more value to this included software, Canon has partnered with photo stock companies (Pixabay, Unsplash, Pexels) to offer even more of an extensive array of images that can be easily incorporated into your custom poster design. This software has been updated to support Radiant Infusion technology; “Vivid mode” helps make the entire image vibrant as well as “Spot mode” that prints fluorescent ink in specific areas to make those areas stand out.

The new GP Series printers also have available as standard, a wide variety of creative and workflow software to help increase the productivity and efficiency of large-format printing environments. These software features include Direct Print Plus, Accounting Manager, Device Management Console and much more.

Leading RIPvendors in designing, proofing output, print services for large format printers, such as Caldera, CGS, EFI, Eisfeld, ONYX, Colorbyte and SAi are preparing RIPs that support the GP-4000/2000 models. Users can use software RIPs for any purpose without changing their familiar output workflow.

Availability

The imagePROGRAF GP Series will be available to purchase on October 1 with plans to begin shipments in November 2021.

For more information, please visit www.usa.canon.com/largeformat

Regarding the Pantone/X-Rite Press Release, please visit www.pantone.com/eu/en/articles/press-releases/pantone-calibrated-license-granted-to-four-new-canon-gp-series-large-format-printers

About Canon USA, Inc.

Canon USA, Inc., is a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions to the United States and to Latin America and the Caribbean markets. With approximately $30.4 billion in global revenue, its parent company, Canon Inc. (NYSE:CAJ), ranks third overall in US patents granted in 2020 and is one of Fortune Magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies in 2020. Canon USA is dedicated to its Kyosei philosophy of social and environmental responsibility.

For more information, visit www.usa.canon.com.

†Based on weekly patent counts issued by United States Patent and Trademark Office.

* In major aqueous pigment large-format inkjet printer manufactures (excluding sublimation transfer systems). As of 09/27/2021, the day before announcement). (Canon research)

1 As of September 27, 2021, according to professional services performed by Pantone under License Agreement between Canon, Inc. and Pantone LLC.

2  PANTONE is a trademark or registered trademark of Pantone LLC in the United States and/or other countries.

3 PATONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE Coated color gamut coverage rate is 97% for GP-4000 / GP-2000 when using Photo Paper Pro Premium Platinum with imagePROGRAF printer driver at [Poster/Photo (Fluorescent)] [Highest] (600dpi) and 85% for GP-300 / GP-200 when using Premium Semi-Glossy Paper 2 with imagePROGRAF printer driver at [Poster/Photo (Fluorescent)] [High] (600dpi).

4  PANTONE FORMULA GUIDE Solid Coated color gamut coverage rate of GP-300 / GP-200 is 94% when using Premium Semi-Glossy Paper 2 with imagePROGRAF printer driver at [Poster/Photo (Fluorescent)] [High] (600dpi).

5 Software that converts data in a page description language, such as PostScript, into a bitmap format that matches the resolution of the printer. RIP stands for Raster Image Processor.

Artec 3D Launches Artec Studio 16

SANTA CLARA, CA, Sep 20, 2021 – Artec 3D, a world-renowned developer and manufacturer of professional 3D hardware and software, announces the availability of Artec Studio 16 (AS16), the newest iteration of its award-winning 3D scanning software, and Artec Cloud, a collaborative platform that allows users to access, view, comment on, and process 3D scan data online. The integration of AS16 and Artec Cloud streamlines 3D project management. Users can upload and share 3D data with peers, leave comments, send photos, and have full conversations. With Artec Cloud, users can also process 3D scans in their browser from any location and from any computer, without being constrained by the technical limitations of their devices.

“Thanks to our major software releases, every year our professional 3D scanners are becoming faster and more powerful and therefore are capturing more data than ever,” said Artyom Yukhin, President and CEO of Artec 3D. “Our development of industry-leading software solutions and AI-powered algorithms is critical for enabling the 3D scanning industry to reach new heights. The release of Artec Studio 16 and Artec Cloud equips users with unprecedented collaboration opportunities, flexible workflows, faster 3D data processing, and numerous feature-rich tools to meet any need.”

New Features for Inspection: Scan-to-CAD Now 8x Faster

Components and products can be inspected right in AS16 and via a seamless Control X integration. An uninterrupted scan-to-inspection workflow allows users to finish a scan, inspect a mesh, or run inspection in CX from Artec Studio. Users can even conduct batch CX inspections. In Artec Studio’s own inspection tools, scan-to-CAD alignment is 8x faster, and distance mapping measurement calculations on complex CAD models are generated 70% faster. When working with primitives, users can now force constraints to further optimize quality inspection results. Precise point-to-plane measurement of perpendicular distances can be conducted with a few clicks, making it easy to calculate precise thicknesses or define external dimensions.

New Scan-to-CAD Tools for Reverse Engineering

Tailored freeform primitives enable users to create custom-fitting primitives for curvilinear surfaces. Constraints ensure that primitives fit to your scan will snap into place and be ready for export – which can be done directly to SOLIDWORKS, without a plug-in. AS16 also features CAD-perfect sections from constructed planes, and a new torus primitive has been added for reverse engineering ring-shaped objects.

AI-Powered HD Mode Enhancements: Acquire HD Data 2x Faster

Artec 3D’s neural network-based HD Mode for Eva and Leo handheld 3D scanners has been greatly enhanced in AS16. HD projects can now be reconstructed nearly 2x faster, and the size of HD projects are nearly 20 percent smaller. Scan data can also be stored and processed at a later time, or on a stronger computer, if needed. New encrypted file formats let users export and store high-def data from Leo onto an SD card.

Photorealistic Texture for CGI: Combining Scan & Photogrammetry Data for the Best of Both Worlds

AS16 allows users to combine scan data with photos for creating high-accuracy models with photorealistic texture. Photos taken with a professional camera, or even from a mobile phone, can be uploaded into Artec Studio, and users can easily build and map texture onto the mesh captured with an Artec Leo, Eva, or Spider. The alignment by scale algorithm allows users to match the arbitrary scale of a model created with photogrammetry to the real scale of a model captured with an Artec 3D scanner by checking a box and aligning three points.

Boosted Speed & Ease of Use

Projects load at least 10x faster in AS16, bringing down the loading average for a project to just 10 seconds. Users also no longer need to wait for scans to be fully loaded before working with the data. Project progress is kept safe with automatic saving, providing peace of mind to users. Smart RAM optimizer automatically loads essential data and unloads data that isn’t being used, creating a faster, smoother workflow.

About Artec 3D

Artec 3D is an international company, headquartered in Luxembourg, with offices in the United States (Santa Clara, California), China (Shanghai) and Russia (Moscow). Artec 3D develops and produces innovative 3D solutions and products. Artec has a team of professional experts in the collection and processing of 3D surfaces as well as biometric facial recognition. Artec 3D’s products and services can be used in many industries, such as in engineering, medicine, media and design, entertainment, fashion, historic preservation, security technology and many more.