Salt Lake City-based Onyx Graphics, a developer of RIP software and workflow systems for the signage and commercial graphics industry, announces that it has been awarded another U.S. patent for its color technology innovations in wide- and grand-format print software solutions.
The U.S. Patent Office awarded Onyx patent No. 9,917,955 for its “spectral transmissive measurement of media,” a new method of obtaining color information for printing onto media that—the company was able to demonstrate—results in improved color accuracy, especially for backlit display and textile printing applications.
The patent is the product of Onyx Graphics’ own staff of color scientists, including Dr. Max Derhak, Dr. Lin Luo (Eric) and William Chase.
“Onyx Graphics is continually investing in research and development,” says Kevin Murphy, president of Onyx Graphics. “With a technologically strong engineering staff working alongside our own color scientists, our in-house development teams are able to create and enhance our leading-edge technologies to deliver powerful and reliable, large format print solutions that lift the industry.”