We at Zebra Imaging are extremely proud to announce that our hologram technology will be prominantly featured in the July/August issue of Popular Mechanics Magazine. The front cover features a soldier in hologram form with the title "How Holograms Are Changing the Way the Army Protects Us" (seen below).Read More
Zebra Imaging and Zygote Media Partner to Bring 3D Visualization to the Medical Community
(Austin, Texas) Zebra Imaging, Inc., the world’s foremost provider of 3D holographic visualization technologies announced today a strategic partnership with the Zygote Media Group Inc., the industry leader in high-end 3D anatomy and biomedical models for animation and visual effects, to serve the medical and medical education markets. Zygote maintains the world’s most comprehensive library of accurate 3D anatomy and biomedical models and has pioneered development of high-end solid 3D anatomy models for research and bioengineering.
Published in Austin American Statesman on June 7, 2014
Zebra Imaging, Inc., the world’s foremost provider of 3D holographic prints, announced todaythe creation of a strategic partnership with the Reprographic Services Association (RSA) to help serve the rapid expansion Zebra is experiencing with Architecture, Engineering and Construction Companies (AEC). The RSA is a dynamic network of over 80 companies with more than 185 locations across North America. Member companies are dedicated to servicing the AEC industry with traditional and innovative product and services. The RSA gives Zebra an incredible expansion of points of presence across the U.S. market. It’s a natural extension of the use of 3D imaging in architecture, engineering and construction, which industry experts expect client use of 3D imaging to increase by 50 percent by next year.
Industries as diverse as architecture, engineering, construction, advertising, and medical have all incorporated an array of 3D visualization technologies into their design, development, and production processes. A rapidly expanding library of 3D modeling tools, 3D content, and 3D printing materials have made design more cost-effective and expedited the product-to-market process. But how exactly do 3D visualization technologies work? Taking a closer look at the science behind the innovation reveals a striking convergence in which state-of-the-art research processes meet a growing understanding of visual communication.
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3D printing technology has made significant improvement in the design and development process in the architecture, engineering and construction market sectors. Using 3D modeling software, dynamic imaging and onsite 3D printing, organizations have been able to considerably speed up the creation and production processes, allowing developers to send items to market quickly.
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