Join Clemson in a hands-on learning event March 27 and 28 at the Sonoco Institute on campus. The Sonoco Institute was created to exploit the synergies that exist between the graphic communications and packaging science departments. It is the only university program in the country with this one-of-a-kind multidisciplinary approach to packaging as a core competency.
This brand new, two and a half day seminar explores the current state of proofing and prototyping capabilities while getting hands-on with the latest hardware and software technologies available. Industry experts and brand owners will discuss the requirements to successfully create accurate simulations of the final product. Attendees will be exposed to current and upcoming solutions to bring design concepts to life for their customers, and discuss how developing technologies such as VR and AR fit into the design workflow.
Presentation Topics Include:
- Designing and Communicating in 3-D
- E-Commerce Demands
- Color Managed Proofing
- Specialty Proofing
- Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications
- Communicating Brand Colors
- Measuring Non-Color Attributes
- Interactive 3-D Packaging Models
- CUshop VR: Consumer Behavior in a Virtual Store
- Inkjet Proofer Profiling
- Specialty Effect Printing
- Sample Making
- Clemson University
- Creative Edge Software
- ...and more to be announced
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