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1st Seattle Famo.us Meetup & BBQ

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Roof deck. Barbecue.  DJ.  Keg.  Lasers.  Rad people.  Incredible technology and examples to check out.   Be there.  Get ridonkulous.  Get Famo.us.  

We would like to welcome all interested developers to a Famo.us Meetup. Famo.us is a javascript framework that allows unbelievable full 3D physics rendering @ 60fps inside web experiences–even mobile. We’ll have the essential beer and BBQ, as well as introductory information and training about using the Famo.us framework for web design and mobile development.

What:             

Essential beer and BBQ, as well as introductory information and training about using the Famo.us framework for web design.

When:             

Wednesday July 16

5pm – beer, BBQ, & networking

6-8pm – Famo.us Introduction

Where:           

Bonsai Media Group/3D Product Imaging

2510 Western Ave, Suite 500, Seattle, WA 98121

(Access Bonsai Media door in the alley behind El Gaucho off Wall between 1st and Western)

Who:             

Next-level developers and web designers interested in the Famo.us framework, as well as those interested about the technology and its effect on the internet.

Cost: 

FREE – signup on Meetup.com

Parking: 

Street parking (free after 8pm)

3D Product Imaging at Milestone9

Friday May 16th marked 3D Product Imaging’s “coming out” party at the Four Seasons in downtown Seattle. Each of the companies from the 9Mile Labs Cohort II pitched to community members, advisors and investors. In our typical fashion, we memorably brought down the house with lasers, fog, and a Michael Jackson dance number. Even if you weren’t in attendance, you can check out the whole number right here! 

3D Product Imaging at Milestone9 from 9Mile Labs on Vimeo.

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Introducing 3D Product Imaging

Seattle, WA – May 13, 2014 – Seattle start-up 3D Product Imaging has proudly announced the next wave of online customer interaction with their patent-pending 3D scanning process and interactive online viewer. Designed to create a more engaging customer experience, 3D Product Imaging is the first to offer a high-quality, fully rotational, seamless 3D image for online retailers.

From their experience at Amazon’s product imaging department, 3D Product Imaging’s founders have observed firsthand that advanced viewing technology increases the time a customer spends on a product page, produces a higher conversion rate, and reduces product returns. “After years of research,” commented co-founder Darrick Morrison, “we have finally found a way to replicate the in-store purchase experience online by giving customers total control of their viewing experience.”

3D Product Imaging offers a full scanning-to-viewing solution, including a very lightweight, cross-browser, no plugins required, interactive image viewer at prices comparable to existing product 360-degree photography and demo videos. With built-in behavior tracking and heat mapping, 3D Product Imaging is able to capture rich data about how customers interact with a product.

This cutting-edge technology offers brands the opportunity to get ahead of the competition by being among the first to embrace this exciting new technology. The company is now preparing to launch this product in the hands of a few initial clients and are looking for more first movers. We invite you to learn more by reaching out to us at www.3dproductimaging.com or contacting our CEO, Darrick Morrison, at darrick@3dproductimaging.com.

About 3D Product Imaging, Inc.

Established in 2013, 3D Product Imaging, Inc. is a Seattle-based startup revolutionizing the online product sales space. Pairing photo-realistic 3D product scanning with an interactive viewing experience, 3D Product Imaging offers online brands the ability to increase customer engagement to fuel greater conversions and reduce the number of product returns. From the 9Mile Labs accelerator, 3D Product Imaging is working closely with some of Seattle’s best entrepreneurial leaders. With experience from some of Seattle’s best startups including Amazon and Tableau, the founders are ready to hit the ground running, working with ecommerce brand partners to launch the technology on sites later this spring.