Date: January 2005.
Source: Press Announcement

LONDON – 3dMD, the world’s market leader in ultra-fast 3D surface imaging, is proud to announce its latest series of European customers to join its rapidly expanding global community of organizations following the launch of its products in Tours, France at the XVII European Congress for Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery in September 2004.

3dMD is excited to report its rapidly accelerating momentum in the demand for its high precision, near instantaneous 3D surface capture systems applications to medical, biometric and anthropometric research. During the month of December, the following world-class institutions commissioned systems from 3dMD.

• Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics (Germany)
• University of St Andrews (Scotland)
• Erasmus MC, University Medical Center / Sophia Children’s Hospital (The Netherlands)
• Universität Greifswald (Germany)

“After evaluating a number of 3D capture systems, we felt that the 3dMD system had the right combination of accuracy, resolution, capture speed, ease-of-use, and portability,” said Dr Bernard Tiddeman of the School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews. “We have been watching this space for a number of years and we have been impressed with 3dMD’s commitment to the market and the evolution of its technology to a solid, mature product over the years.”

“3dMD has continued to re-invest in developing its products and services, with many new product and technology announcements in 2004,” said Chris Lane, CEO of 3dMD. “The latest group of European customers will further expand the range of research and applications available to the whole community. 3dMD remains totally dedicated to ensuring the success of these projects and those of our loyal customer base”

Other recent 3dMD customers include:

• Sony Pictures Imageworks (USA)
• Advanced Digital Imaging Research, LLC (USA)
• Royal Children’s Melbourne (Australia)