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Roland DGA talked to Shawn Sims from NOTLabs about his Jurassic World Toys project and prototyping with the MDX-540S. To coincide with the merchandising of its Jurassic World collection of movie themed products, Target reached out to design trendsetters, NOTCOT, to see what they could come up with. With the help of the Roland MDX-540S rapid prototyping machine, they created custom designed and milled desktop planters that look like Lego® pieces and are simply “Rex’trodinary.”
Our With Roland video contest generated a great response from Roland DGA customers who allowed us into their businesses and lives to share how Roland machines have helped them grow and succeed. The contest is now over and the winner of a brand new Roland has been chosen, but we loved watching all the video entries, so we’d like to share some of them here. In the second of our series of videos that celebrate our With Roland entrants and the amazing work they do, here is a sample of the videos that show Roland DGA customers in-action.
See some of the videos that are making us smile, laugh and cry and enter your own. Who knew that Roland print devices could help you fall in love, feed some fish, or get you out of a snowstorm? With less than two weeks to go in our WithRoland video contest, we’re calling for Roland users to share their video story to win a Roland product of their choice and we’re already discovering so much about our customers and how they use Roland technology. Here are just a few entries that we’d like to share with you in hope that you too will be inspired to put your WithRoland story on film:
Don’t wait for good things to happen- go out there and make luck work for you! The old adage that success can be achieved by simply outworking the other guy definitely has validity to it. However, it’s widely accepted that “luck” also plays a major role in any business success. As super entrepreneur and multi-billionaire Richard Branson confessed in a recent online interview:
What color is this dress? We don’t see blue and black, or white and gold, we only see color management, color perception and output control that can be put into practice. To the uninitiated out there, the following blog post explores the issue of converting color we see onscreen to something which exists in the physical world as printed graphics, and how those colors will be output and perceived.
February 19th marked the beginning of the year of the goat in the Chinese calendar. To join in the New Year celebrations, we’re presenting 10 super-interesting facts about goats. Use these facts to impress your friends and to avoid looking sheepish during the New Year festivities!