Montreal (Canada)(February 22nd, 2006) – InSpeck has announced today the launch of the InSpeck Cyclops, its newest 3D camera dedicated to the commercial market. This new camera will be demonstrated to the public for the first time at the Photo Marketing Association show (PMA) in Orlando which takes place February 26th through March 1st 2006.
Like all the other 3D cameras InSpeck manufactures, the Cyclops is based on white halogen light and is specifically engineered to capture 3D photographs of people for a wide variety of applications. The Cyclops however is specially geared towards novice users in all commercial markets. “The increasing demand for simple commercial solutions compelled us to design an easier-to-use and more compact 3D camera”, says Chris Rochefort, InSpeck’s Sales & Marketing Director. “Many of our customers come to us with no 3D experience wanting to start their own 3D sub surface laser engraving business. We developed Cyclops to answer these people’s needs”, adds Rochefort.
In the past 18 months, InSpeck has sold close to 200 cameras mostly to entrepreneurs wanting to start their own 3D crystal engraving business in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and The Middle East. Rochefort contends that business will continue to be brisk because the Cyclops breaks the “complexity barrier” these types of products sometimes carry. “The products from our commercial line sold very well in 2005 and we are very confident that by making the Cyclops more accessible and more user-friendly, we will reach new heights in terms of sales and remain the industry leader,” he concludes.
InSpeck will be demonstrating the Cyclops camera to the public for the first time at booth #1659 at the PMA 2006 show (http://www.pmai.org) in Orlando, FL, February 26th to March 1st.
Montreal-based InSpeck has been a leading provider of optical 3D digitizers and 3D modeling software since 1994. Applications for their products include animation, film special effects, medical imaging, research, 3D crystal engraving and electronic games. InSpeck products are considered staples for applications requiring the digitizing of humans. The company’s digitizers are used the world over by major production and post-production facilities and have been used in the production of a number of films. Clients include Sony Computer Entertainment America, Electronic Arts, NIOSH, and Gentle Giant Studios. InSpeck’s technology is also present in many of the latest Major League Baseball video games. InSpeck has earned a reputation for its products’ ease-of-use, capture speed, capacity to measure texture, and affordability. To find out more about the InSpeck Cyclops™, visit http://www.inspeck.com.