Ogden, Utah (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
Apprintus will showcase its stunning, fully-textured 3D Art including display samples of 3D Fine Art, 3D Digital Art, and 3D Photography at CES 2014.
“Apprintus is thrilled to display the latest 3D Printing innovation,” said Justin Fawson, President and Co-Founder of Apprintus. “Our proprietary high-resolution 2D to 3D digital image conversion process and 3D laser scanning process of an artist’s original work allows us to send 3D digital files to a full-color, high-resolution inkjet printer capable of printing 3D images as large as 8 feet by 10 feet with 1 inch of depth. Apprintus is breathing life into traditionally flat images by adding 3D texture.”
Now, artists, designers, and photographers can offer beautiful 3D Art that can emulate the brush strokes of the masters or simply enhance design elements in full 3D like shapes, textures, or patterns. To see the incredible creative possibilities of Apprintus, visit us at CES 2014, online at http://www.apprintus.com or through Facebook and Twitter.
Headquartered in Ogden, Utah, Apprintus was founded on the concept that fine art should be appreciated the way it was created (fully-textured) and that a third dimension could be introduced into traditionally flat and digital images to breathe life into them. Our journey started with the incredible texture of rapid prototyping, included elements of scale and high-resolution from traditional inkjet printing, and has brought us to a hybrid that redefines artistic experience. The result is full-textured prints that can be created with print-on-demand anywhere in the world through a network of service bureaus.
Apprintus’ 3D Fine Art debuted at Print13 from September 8-12, 2013 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois and then displayed at the SGIA Expo in Orlando, Florida from October 23-25, 2013. In addition to CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Apprintus will be featured at the Sundance Film Festival from January 16-26, 2014 in Park City, Utah.
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