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Debut of Roland Creative Center Web Cam

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Jun '10
The Roland DGA Creative Center Gallery can now be viewed live online through the company's new web cam.

Visitors to Roland DGA's Web site can launch the Creative Center web cam for a look at Roland's gallery of innovative applications which reflects the imagination of Roland professionals worldwide. Virtual visitors can view the gallery's collection of exhibit items produced on Roland equipment including digitally printed murals, custom apparel and jewelry, fine art sculptures and wraps of every kind. Viewing hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, PST.

“The Roland Creative Center web cam is there to inspire the imagination and share outstanding work throughout the Roland community,” said Rick Scrimger, vice president and general manager for Roland DGA Corp. “The web cam enables a complete tour of the Creative Center gallery, with the ability to pan across the entire venue or zero in on a favorite exhibit item among the hundreds currently featured.”

The Roland DGA Creative Center brings together the work of screen printers, sign makers, label makers, fabric decorators, product designers, fine artists, engravers, jewelry makers, gift designers, vehicle graphics designers, movie and television set designers and others whose work demonstrates exceptional creativity and craftsmanship. The gallery master plan is divided into five sections: Roland @ Play, Roland @ Work, Roland @ Home, Roland on the Road and a future Roland @ the Movies exhibit. The gallery joins an international network of Roland Creative Centers that includes galleries located in Japan, Belgium, Italy and Germany.

Exhibits feature engraved guitars, digitally printed beer taps, sublimated and rhinestone decorated apparel, engraved wooden children's toys, printed window blinds, reproductions from movie sets and a home décor exhibit complete with dining area, sublimated tile sink and wrapped refrigerator. Taking center stage is a replica of an 1895 Otto Lilienthal flying machine that hangs from the ceiling and spans 20 feet in width, featuring fabric wing graphics produced on the company's AdvancedJET grand-format printer. Roland's showcase vehicle is featured, sporting a print/cut wrap and fully sublimated interior graphics.

Roland Advanced Solutions Division


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