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Verivide Donate Cutting-Edge Digieye Technology To Leeds University


VeriVide recently made a ground-breaking donation of two DigiEye colour imaging systems and two colour assessment cabinets to the School of Design at the University of Leeds to aid students in their learning and development.

The School of Design students will benefit from latest, cutting-edge technology of imaging and colour management and image capture. VeriVide are giving them the latest software, and it’s an ongoing project as well.

VeriVide,. will service the hardware and supply the software going forward so that students and faculty get the most out of their donation. If a new version comes out, VeriVide will go and install it.

Professor Chris Carr, the head of the School of Design, said: “The recent opening of the Design Centre for Colour within the School of Design at the University of Leeds has created one of the leading colour characterisation facilities in the world. “

“A key industrial partner is VeriVide, which has invested in the Centre with the provision of state-of-the-art equipment and technology.”

“With this generous support, the Centre is tackling multi-disciplinary research problems that encompass textiles, cosmetics, food, consumer behaviour and colour communication in its widest sense.”

Debbie Mckeegan