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The Big Issue partners with Konica Minolta on AR project

The Big Issue has partnered with Konica Minolta to offer its readers a new way to access exclusive content through the use of augmented reality (AR).

Blippar falls into administration

Augmented reality start-up Blippar has entered into administration following a dispute over additional funding.

Pack sector could get major boost from gov’t sustainability funding

The UK packaging industry could get a £500m a year boost from government innovation funding into the development of sustainable packaging.

Konica Minolta enters augmented reality market

Konica Minolta has moved into the augmented reality (AR) market with the launch of a flexible cloud-based tool that can be used to bring printed material to life.

Is a one-sided debate sinking sensible policy?

As an industry that uses plastics on a daily basis, what do UK print and packaging businesses really feel when they hear the material being berated?

Britain would be poorer sans Serif

One of the pioneers of desktop publishing software, Serif Software is a 31-year-old all-British company that four years ago reinvented its product range to suit the new era of affordable, downloadable professional apps.

Precision Printing enhances casebinding with new kit haul

Precision Printing has augmented its casebinding capabilities after investing close to £200,000 in new equipment for the department.

Big screen stars can still outperform digital rivals

When wide-format inkjet print technology started to become widely commercially available in the 1990s, many in the industry believed it signalled the death knell for screen printing.

Infigo Software recognised in Parliamentary Review

Infigo Software has been recognised by Lords and former cabinet members for outstanding work in the technology sector.

Automation set to create more jobs than it eliminates

Printers are ushering in automation as the World Economic Forum (WEF) speaks of a ‘robot revolution’ that could see machines and algorithms carry out more tasks than humans by 2025 but may also create 58 million net new jobs over the next five years.

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