|ANAHEIM, Calif.--(nanoPRwire™)--May 9, 2005-- NanoSPRINT sarl, an innovative provider of virtual representation solutions for science and technology, introduced here today at NanoTech 2005 its Virtual Communication services for technology companies. Technology companies using NanoSPRINT's solutions derive a double benefit: maximizing the impact of communicating product's features and operation with minimal financial and time resources. The Virtual Communication suite introduced by NanoSPRINT includes Virtual Presentations for intuitive explanations of technical concepts and Virtual Demonstrators for realistic emulation of equipment using virtual reality techniques.
Virtual Presentations use multimedia animations to illustrate the
operation of a device, the fundamental principle of a technology, the
positioning of a solution in the global value chain and many other
concepts. Usage of Virtual Presentations ranges from tradeshows and
post-event communication. In some cases Virtual Presentations focus on
explaining the technology of a specific company. In some others,
Virtual Presentations are used to bring together and allow exploring
in an intuitive way all relevant information from a technical domain.
Virtual Demonstrators recreate any piece of equipment, like a
lithography system or microscope, in a 3D space similar to a virtual
experimentation room. Equipment companies use Virtual Demonstrators to
substitute the physical presence of their equipment. This in turn
eliminates costs associated with shipping, space, assembling and
disassembling equipment at tradeshows. Additional usage includes
commercial presentations and demonstrations for clients in distant
locations. Overall, these use-cases bring the return-on-investment
time to 3 months from the first usage in a tradeshow.
Mr. Florin Ciontu, NanoSPRINT's Chief Executive Officer said:
"Our case starts with a simple question: 'How much does a company
lose each time the audience does not get the right message?' We have
come across various situations but the answer to this question is
basically the same. For start-ups it is almost always about delivering
the message to the same two targets: investors and strategic partners
or initial customers. Established companies face similar problems
since reinforcing the presence of their brand requires them to cover
broad market areas efficiently. At NanoSPRINT, we combine expertise in
various technology areas with virtual reality which allows us to
perform at very reasonable prices and to work without requiring
time-consuming explanations from our clients. Both start-ups and
bigger companies find that this is a tremendous advantage since
top-management time and money are always limited. Also, all our
solutions are designed to allow for a measure of their impact which is
in fact a marketing director's dream."
At NanoTech 2005, NanoSPRINT will display Virtual Presentations at
the NanoSPRINT-NSTI Virtual Exhibit. The technology of selected
companies will be showcased on large screens which will become one of
the main centers of attention of the conference's attendees.
NanoSPRINT will provide further insight into the value provided by its
services through its Booth no.11.
Virtual Communication solutions are introduced at prices starting
at $3900 for Virtual Presentations and $8900 for Virtual
For more information, please contact Mr. Florin Ciontu at +1 215
701 3919 or email@example.com or Mrs. Nathalie Eloisse at
+33 76 57 48 34 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About NanoSPRINT sarl
NanoSPRINT sarl is an innovative provider of tools for the
analysis and visual representations of scientific and technical
content. The company was founded in 2004 as a spin-off of TIMA
Laboratory, Grenoble, FRANCE. Currently, NanoSPRINT provides Virtual
Communication solutions for nanotechnology companies.
For more information about NanoSPRINT's products and services
please visit: www.nanosprint.com.
Representative graphic examples of NanoSPRINT's Virtual
Press releases: www.nanosprint.com/press-release.html
Florin Ciontu, 800-754-1547 (U.S.)
+33 47 65 74 834 (Europe)