HumanEyes Technologies has filed lawsuits asserting that certain Sony cameras, mobile phones and related software infringe two of its groundbreaking patents on the creation and display—including printing—of 3D images. HumanEyes is seeking to permanently bar Sony from importing the infringing products into the United States—including at least 32 of Sony’s Cyber-shot and DSLR digital camera models and at least 10 Xperia mobile phone models.
Nine in 10 Americans will express their affection with a hand-picked, paper greeting card delivered via snail mail or in-person. “We weren’t expecting to find that Americans so overtly prefer printed vs. electronic cards for special occasions in this digital age.”
JERUSALEM—October 13, 2008—Leading lenticular 3D software developer, HumanEyes Technologies, will bring its new extensive range of revolutionary tools and features in the newest HumanEyes Producer3D lenticular workflow solution to SGIA 2008 and Graph Expo 2008. HumanEyes Producer3D, introduced at drupa, is increasing in popularity among printers and media planners who can leverage the application's novelty and higher return on investment.
JERUSALEM—June 30, 2008—Leading lenticular 3D software developer, HumanEyes Technologies, has declared drupa a resounding success with a record number of leads and sales taken during the show. HumanEyes Technologies partnered with industry heavy-weights Fujifilm Graphics, Océ, HP, KBA-Metronic, Gandinnovations and Presstek Europe to offer live lenticular printing and to promote HumanEyes’ latest lenticular workflow solution, Producer3D, demonstrating first-hand the versatility and additional revenue streams the technology can offer. Ronen Sobel, VP, Graphic Arts Sales, HumanEyes Technologies said: “The reaction towards our new product Producer3D at drupa was phenomenal. Interest in HumanEyes’ range of products in particular has shown there is a definitive trend
JERUSALEM— May 22, 2008—Lenticular production for point-of-purchase materials, signage, packaging and more is poised to be a crowd-pleaser at the upcoming drupa 2008 exposition in Dusseldorf. HumanEyes will be showcasing the sophisticated 3D and special effects lenticular capabilities of its lenticular creation and production software throughout the show in conjunction with partners including Fujifilm, HP, KBA, and Océ. DPLenticular Ltd., Pacur’s exclusive LENSTAR lens distributor in Europe, is furnishing a range of LENSTAR lenticular materials to all HumanEyes graphic arts partners during the show for production of the lenticular samples. “Lenticular will undoubtedly be one of the hottest application areas at drupa this year,”
FLYING CARS and colonies in space were once seriously predicted to be a reality by now. Closer to home, though, experts also said that Adobe Photoshop and the Mac would never be acceptable for professional graphic arts applications. Any attempt to predict the course of technological development amounts to an educated guess at best. Even once a prototype has been developed, the scale-up to volume production can be problematic. Often, it is an unexpected development that leads to success. Printed electronics, security printing and lenticular are three technological developments that may hold opportunities for commercial printers. Each is still a work in process to
JERUSALEM, ISRAEL/NEW YORK CITY—August 30, 2007—HumanEyes Technologies is demonstrating powerful 3D and lenticular production on the newest UV flatbed inkjet printers at its partners’ booths throughout Graph Expo, being held in Chicago, IL from September 9-12. HumanEyes software allows printers to take advantage of the newest technology to produce high quality lenticular and 3D effects on digital presses from HP (booth 1229), Gandinnovations (booth 4474), Fujifilm Graphic Systems (Booth 4381, 4480) and Océ (4463). The latest hardware developments are making the production of lenticular easier, faster and of highest quality. New processes and materials have also considerably reduced the cost of specialty print
SEWICKLEY, PA—A panel of independent judges dubbed 17 innovative technologies worthy of 2005 PIA/GATF InterTech Technology Awards. The winners were chosen from a field of 52 technology nominees. Winners will be presented with Lucite InterTech stars during an annual banquet at the 2005 PIA/GATF fall administrative meetings, November 10-13, in San Francisco. The following is a list of the companies and their honored technologies: Metrix v1.5, LithoTechnics Pty Ltd. and Alterio Associates; Chameleon, Böttcher America; PDF Compare and PDF Merge, Creo Inc.; in-line coating for digital presses, NexPress Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions (Eastman Kodak); in-line coating for digital presses, Xeikon Print Protector, Xeikon International/Punch Graphix; Arrowlith UV,