Based in Vancouver, BC, Arius Technology is a pioneer in the world of 3D digitization, focusing on the application of such technology for art research, conservation, and re-creation.
With the foundations of their technology being used to scan the Mona Lisa as part of an NRC research project, Arius Technology has worked closely with museums curators to develop a safe and reliable system for scanning priceless masterpieces.
The Arius3D® auto-synchronized spot laser scanning technology is the only 3D mapping technology using direct laser color measurement to quantify and collect data points containing both geometry and color.
As a global leader in digital printing and imaging that joined forces with Canon, Océ’s mission is to invent, create and accelerate global digital technologies, connecting them with local products and services.
Powered by 135 years of curiosity and exploration, Océ learned long ago that even as technology changes, its commitment to craftsmanship remains the same. Océ is writing the future in the same way it has innovated in the past–by creating smart, high-quality solutions.
In a world driven by images, Océ creatively imagines new ways to reproduce them.
Larson-Juhl, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the largest frame manufacturer and conservation business in the world. With roots dating back to 1893, the company currently operates 61 facilities in 16 countries worldwide.
In 2007, Larson-Juhl branched out beyond its core business and purchased Conservation by Design (CXD), which, since 1992, has worked with museums, galleries, libraries, and archives as a leader in the conservation space. Subsequently, Larson-Juhl advanced its global conservation leadership position via acquisitions of Stouls (France), Museo Direct and Armour Systems.
Larson-Juhl actively serves more than 22,000 customers worldwide in the art, framing and conservation marketplaces.