Monotech showcases innovative solutions for photo segment at CEIF 2018

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Monotech showcases innovative solutions for photo segment at CEIF 2018
L-R: Akash Kumar and Surendra Singh of Monotech

At the Consumer Electronics Imaging Fair (CEIF) 2018, held at Bombay Exhibition Centre from 9-12 January, Monotech Systems showcased a wide range of solutions for the photo segment, including the world’s first 3D 360 degree virtual reality camera from Human Eyes of Israel for the Indian market. The VUZE has eight lenses for both 360 and 3D videos and comes with a proprietary software to import, render and edit pictures and videos.

Monotech also displayed printing solutions at the expo such as Canon imagePRO 540S large format color plotter to print large and vivid color photographs, GCC – UV flatbed printer to print on any surface and further give a raised effect. The company also showed Digilaser, a laser cutting and engraving solution. In addition to these, on display were a wide range of lamination films from the brands Derprosa, GMP and ValuePRO (Monotech’s own brand).

Another solution displayed was for digital sleeking and foiling to enhance and add value to the print. Monotech also promoted Scodix Digital Print Enhancement with Foil effects.

Talking about the response received at the show, Surendra Singh, deputy general manager – sales, Digital Print Enhancement, Monotech said, “We have showcased some really innovative solutions for the photo segment. The 360 degree virtual reality camera is something very unique for the Indian market. We have got good response for the solutions we have displayed.”

According to Akash Kumar, senior manager – marketing and communications, displaying all the solutions live has given the visitors a different experience. “The response has been really encouraging.”

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