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Bossa Nova Launches Visual Testing Instrument

November 15, 2005

Bossa Nova Technologies, Venice, CA, offers Samba, an advanced vision sensor for visual appearance testing. Based on a patented optical analysis of light scattering, Samba quantitatively evaluates the gloss of hair, nails, skin or lips in real time, on real models and in realistic conditions, company executives said.
Samba provides objective, accurate and reliable measurement correlated to the visual assessment and is used for formulation, proof of efficiency, support of marketing claims and optimum visual appearance communication. More info: Website: www.bossanovatech.com.

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