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February 11, 11AM, 2014
125 University Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301
ARTEC GROUP™, a global market leader in 3D scanning hardware and software, opens its first-ever 3D Showroom in Palo Alto (125 University Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301).
We’re proud to open the doors to our first showroom here in the heart of Palo Alto, headquarters to the most successful hi-tech companies in the world.
The opening of our showroom marks a key milestone in the company’s development as a major player in the hugely promising market of 3D technology.
We believe that the 3D revolution is just around the corner and will soon take us all by storm, just as photography did in the 20th century.
Until recently, 3D technologies were a distant dream for the general user - too complex and too expensive. Artec is challenging this idea head on, bringing its high-tech solutions to all. Our products are now on show for people to try and test on the spot, to prove that 3D scanning is now out there for everyone:
Artec 3D scanners: Artec Eva and Artec Spider for ultra-high quality professionnal 3D scanning http://www.artec3d.com/,
Artec ID Broadway 3D Face recognition technology, currently in use at the Sochi Olympic Games for employee face recognition security http://www.artecid.com/
Shapify.Pro - a brand new package for professional users of our 3D-seflie technology Shapify - scan yourself and order your 3D-printed figurine http://www.shapify.me
Commenting on the opening of the Artec 3D Showroom, Artec Group CEO Artyom Yukhin said: “We are very excited about the new possibilities opening up in 3D technology every day. We’re delighted to be opening our showroom in Palo Alto, in the cradle of technology start-ups, home to the beginnings of the most inspiring hi-tech success stories. We have no doubt that the future belongs to 3D, that the 3D revolution is fast approaching and that leading the race is Artec.”
Artec 3D Showroom opening hours are: Mon-Sun 11am-8pm
Tel.: +1 (650) 325 2200
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