3D Tactile Fine Art Prints were developed by a small team of dedicated engineers and 3D technicians. Their goal was to create a printing process that the blind and the sighted would share.
Advocates for the blind have compared this development to the invention of braille, nearly 200 years ago.
Angelo Quattrociocchi has served as CTO for the past 3 years. Angelo brings more than fifteen years of experience in a wide range of engineering disciplines, including electrical, electronic, mechanical, and software, and holds nine US and international patents. Angelo is married and has 3 boys.
Nancy has a 25 year career in digital imaging, digital capture and color management. She is a driving force behind the development of 3D Tactile Fine Art Printing for the Blind. She is an avid runner and mother to an 18 year old college tennis player.
Chris has shown work in galleries, and worked on major public art projects. In addition to these artistic endeavors, he has also done mechanical design and fabrication for diverse projects, including structural systems, borescopes, medical devices, and much more.
Mac Brubaker brought his 37 years experience as a digital fine art print maker to the development of 3D Tactile Fine Art Printing. Working closely with our engineering and development team, Mac devised solutions that bridged the gap between conventional 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional printing. His printing career spans management of large commercial labs to the technical challenge of ground breaking printing for the Blind and Sight Impaired print.