At CES 2008, Ortery Technologies has unveiled the Photosimile 5000, touted to be the world’s first office photography machine. This PC-operated desktop photography manor incorporates a 28 x 28 x 28″ light box that features 6500K daylight bulbs, a mechanical camera spotting system along with a built-in 3D turntable.
It also comprises of a Canon digital camera, whose powerful workflow software abridges and mechanize business cinematography. This is a perfect tool for all non-professionals allowing them to shoot professional, shadow-free pictures idyllic for web, print and daily business contact. You are expected to insert an item within and shoot using preview, zoom and crop guidelines in the software.
Then simply need to press snap and the picture mechanically appears on to the PC screen within no time. Photosimile 5000 is also capable of capturing 360-degree product shots and globular 3D flash simulations. It has the potential to hold up to 25lbs and click around 72 pictures per 360-degree rotation at 9 unique angles from 0 to 90 degrees. It is expected to hit the market by March 2008 and no clues about its price.