3dMD Announces New Healthcare and Biometrics Clients
ATLANTA – August 23, 2004 – 3dMD (www.3dMD.com), the world’s market leader in ultra-fast 3D surface imaging, today announced its latest series of customers which include some of the world’s leading institutions in the fields of medicine and biometrics. 3dMD is also proud to highlight some of the papers and presentations generated by existing customers.
With 70 customer sites worldwide, 3dMD is excited to report its rapidly accelerating momentum in the demand for its high precision, near instantaneous 3D surface capture systems and applications. Here are some of the prestigious organizations that have purchased the latest generation 3dMD systems during the past months.
• Harvard Medical School / Children’s Hospital Boston (Boston, MA)
• US National Institute of Health (NIH) / The National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) (Bethesda, Maryland) purchased two 3dMD systems
• Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center (Seattle, WA)
• Dr Theodore Belfor (New York, NY)
• US Department of Defense purchased two 3dMD systems
• The University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN)
• Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
• Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab / MERL (Boston, MA)
“We believe our recent customer momentum is attributable to the substantial investment 3dMD has made during the past two years in delivering reliable, high quality products to the market,” said Chris Lane, CEO of 3dMD. “Many of our recent customers are well respected worldwide and are working on research initiatives that will have a global impact. As a partner in these initiatives, we believe that the practical use of 3dMD’s technology is helping our clients advance research, publish substantiated results, and develop innovative applications for the benefit of the community as a whole.”
During the past months, the following customers have presented papers and posters.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
A 3D Technique for the Investigation of Skin Deformation with Application to Wound Dressing Fixation at the World Union of Wound Healing Societies Meeting (July 8-13, 2004) in Paris, France. Authors: W.B. Gardner MSc.; R.G. Cameron PhD, CEng.; P. Grocott PhD; P. Vowden MD FRCS; A. Lovatt RN; R.E. Dugdale PhD.
University of Puerto Rico
3D Modeling & Assessment of Facial Soft Tissue Changes at the International Association for Facial Growth Guidance (May 8, 2004) in London, UK by G. Dave Singh DDSc PhD BDS.
University of Puerto Rico
MorphoStudio, 3D Analytical Software For the Interactive User at the 2004 American Association of Orthodontists Meeting (May 4, 2004) in Orlando, Florida. Authors: G. Dave Singh DDSc PhD BDS and J. Lourido PhD.
University of Oklahoma
Accuracy of Measurements Estimated by a Three-Dimensional Imaging Program at the Southwest Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Meeting (April 16-18, 2004) in La Jolla, California. Authors: Daniel P. Henrichsen DMD and Kevin S. Smith DDS, University of Oklahoma Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery