Monday, November 22, 2010

Thankful in 2010

Despite the continuing economic challenge, Direct Dimensions has been fortunate to have had another successful year in 2010! This would not have been possible without our wonderful customers, supportive vendors and phenomenal hardworking employees. In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, we would like to express our thanks to everyone who contributed to making 2010 a great year for Direct Dimensions.

Thank you to our customers for trusting us to scan your priceless sculptures, airplanes, historic buildings, inventions and everything else you ask us to 3D digitize for you.

Thank you to our vendors for providing us with the incredible hardware and software products that allow us to scan and model so many types of objects.

And a special thank you to our amazing employees for all of your long hours, dedication, and creativity

At Direct Dimensions we are also thankful to be part of two rather extraordinary communities that we would like to mention.

Our company is located in Baltimore, which has one of the most vibrant high technology scenes in the entire U.S. In the last year alone we’ve been invited to participate in many technology showcases and events: Betascape, Tech Crawl East, TEDx MidAtlantic, the AME conference and several Greater Baltimore Technology Council (GBTC) events. The leaders and organizers of these events within our local tech community are an amazing and tireless group of people who inspire us on a regular basis with their creativity.

Thank you Baltimore techies for allowing us to be a part of your community!

Our informal 3D imaging families around the world are constantly innovating and supporting each other. We are honored to be part of so many groups that work so hard to educate us all about the remarkable 3D technologies that we all get to play with every day. Our friends and partners at SME, CMSC, SPAR, LiDAR News, and the UK Laser Scanning forum are a huge asset to the entire 3D imaging community.

And of course, thank you for taking the time to read and comment on our newsletters, blog and forum postings, and even our tweets.

Happy Thanksgiving from Direct Dimensions!