Benchwick announced a new technology that can recreate wood patterns that are true to the original wood. Marketed as "ENVISION.STYLE," the proprietary technology learns wood species' color, grain and patterns to create realistic pattern variations for digital printing, reducing time and cost for manufacturers looking to create pattern variations. It can be modified to suit any color.
According to Ken Li, owner, Benchwick, “Our U.S.-based engineers built on the artificial intelligence (AI) behind GAN (Generative Adversarial Network) and recognition technology."
The technology is being beta-tested now and will be commercially available soon. It is aligned with Benchwick’s 3D EcoSystem of Surface Technology. The solution is the newest company introduction, sitting alongside its current offerings which include Infinite Glass, DSE, TruBevel Pro, and MattMaster.
For more information, visit envision.style.