Touch of Class – Shows a Touch of Brilliance
Touch of Class is a home décor catalog company with a tradition of offering superior service to their customers. They had been doing conventional hard copy proofing. When their printer moved to a soft proofing workflow, they wanted to follow suit. This meant that they would need to view products and color correct the images on screen, in real time. To accomplish this, they would need to set up an ISO 3664:2009 lighting environment that would allow them to match the luminosity of the viewing area to the image being displayed on the monitor. Four GTI GLE-348/SP/WRC luminaires with D50 LED lamps helped them reach this goal.
Achieves Positive Results with GTI LED Upgrade
Primarily serving the entertainment and video game markets, Midnight Oil provides a turnkey solution for posters, banners, lobby displays, and outside advertising. They have been using GTI lighting products since the beginning and now have 42 GTI wall viewing luminaires. Upgrading these fixtures to GTI’s D50 LED lamps brought several benefits including better light quality, reduced energy usage, and faster warmup times.
LED Wall Viewing System Provides the Right Light
Circle Graphics is a leading provider of large format printed materials to the out-of-home advertising industry. The new San Fernando, CA location produces transit advertising, building wraps, and backlight signs for bus shelters and airports. David Gerharter, Vice President of Operations at Circle Graphics in San Fernando, has been using GTI products for his entire career and knew he wanted to add a GTI Wall Viewing System. The move to the new facility was a perfect time to do so. In March of 2021 he ordered a three-luminaire LED wall viewing system.
Improves Color Viewing with New LED Booths
Potpourri Group, Inc. is one of the most successful multi-brand direct-to-consumer merchants in the United States. They have 18 brands ranging from luxury bedding to women’s fashion to gifts for dog lovers––each with a unique catalog. They wanted to upgrade their old viewing booths to establish a consistent look between stations and to take advantage of the benefits of GTI’s new LED technology.
Improves Soft Proofing Visual Agreement with LED
Meredith is the leading magazine publisher in the United States. Their brands include PEOPLE, Better Homes & Gardens, InStyle, Allrecipes, REAL SIMPLE, SHAPE, Southern Living, and Martha Stewart Living. When the need to improve the visual agreement with their print provider surfaced, Meredith reached out to GTI for assistance.
New Lighting Creates Efficient Work and Presentation Area
Beacon Fine Art Printing is a “one stop shop” for artist and photographers seeking limited edition prints, reproduction of original artwork, and prints for gallery shows. When they realized that they needed a professional lighting area for large format work they looked toward GTI.
The Right Light Brings a Significant Advantage
John Fullingim is a photographer with 30 years of experience. His work is mostly fine art, with occasional high profile advertising work. When he added a PDV-3e to his workflow he quickly discovered the advantage of using ISO 3664:2009 lighting to evaluate color prints.
Better Light Brings Consistent Results
Nickel Acme is a small commercial printer that serves the greater Sudbury, Ontario area. They were producing more projects that consisted of pieces printed using different print technologies that needed to be color matched.
GTI’s LiteSupport Helps to Improve Quality
Hammer Packaging continuously invests in the services, products, and people required to exceed their customers’ expectations. Achieving a G7 Master Certification is one example of how they are committed to quality. To help maintain ISO 3664:2009 viewing conditions across two facilities they implemented a GTI LiteSupport audit.
Standard Lighting Helps Deliver Outstanding Results
thelab, a full-service creative production agency required a controlled lighting environment that was large enough to view large format point‐of‐purchase artwork and to have multiple design teams collaborating at the same time.