Canadian art-technology leader, Arius Technology, has partnered with Tate, an iconic UK institution and leading international museum, to help protect, conserve, and reproduce masterpieces.
Arius is proud to be featured in the “2017 | 2018 Project Highlights” shortlist, in Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia’s ‘Innovation’ magazine, showcasing our advances in laser-optical scanning technology for fine art.
Arius will be returning to EUREKA, a program managed in Canada by the National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP), confirms Chief Executive Officer of Arius Technology, Paul Lindahl
In addition to new VR technology, physical re-creations mean art owners are starting to live the dream, not the dilemma, of deciding where to keep their collection.
Arius uses pioneering capabilities in 3D scanning and elevated printing to re-create and digitally archive some of the world’s greatest masterpieces.
This laser-scanning startup is part of Verus Art, a venture that makes 3D-printed copies of masterpieces for clients like the National Gallery of Canada.
In a commitment to make art more accessible, Verus Art, an Arius brand, is taking their collection of 3D printed art re-creations on the road, through Art Connection, their new Community Outreach Program.
The Canadian technology sector got a boost today through an investment of $2.75 million from the Government of Canada that will help further develop and commercialize an innovative art reprographic technology.
Arius has been awarded Canadian government EUREKA funding to develop a laser scanning system for the 3D digitization of paintings.
The creator of the art world’s first open commercial program for 3D scanned and elevated printed painting re-creations, has announced today they have signed their first museum collaboration agreement with the National Gallery of Canada.
With detail that ensures accuracy within ten microns, Verus Art provides re-creations of master-level
artworks, enabling museum patrons and art aficionados alike to experience the visual and tactile sensation of
an artist’s original brushwork.
Over the past year, the National Gallery of Canada has worked closely with Verus Art on the first collection of 3D art re-creations.
The BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) today announced Arius as a finalist in the 2015 Technology Impact Awards (TIAs).
The AAM Annual Meeting and Museum Expo is per perfect opportunity to showcase the respective capabilities of Arius in 3D laser scanning, Océ in elevated color printing, and Larson-Juhl in fine art framing.
Arius announces the appointment of Mike Jackson to the position of Vice President of Engineering & Manufacturing where he will oversee engineering development the Arius3D line of 3D color scanners as well as manufacturing operations in the Vancouver area.
Arius donates a start-of-the-art 3D colour scanner to the new Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA), hosted at UCL.
Arius has signed a technology licensing agreement with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) that will see Arius incorporate NRC patented methodology into its line of 3D colour scanning platforms.
Arius Technology Inc., a privately held provider of laser-based optical scanning systems for three-dimensional imaging today announced completion of its Series A financing.
Arius Technology Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Lindahl to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Lindahl joins the executive team responsible for the development and launch of the next generation Arius3D mobile color scanner.
Arius announces the acquisition of certain intellectual property and physical assets of Arius3D Corp., as well as completion of a seed financing round to fund immediate engineering and product development efforts.