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CyberImaging Provides Learning Tools

November 22, 2005

CyberImaging Inc., Raleigh, NC, provides advanced imaging solutions to the beauty industry. The company currently serves more than 200 cosmetology schools throughout North America, company executives said. More than 50,000 cosmetology students have used CyberImaging as a learning instrument and have been trained to meet the growing demand for the innovative marketing tool in salons and spas.
CyberImaging gives students the opportunity to use imaging technology to visually experiment with various combinations of styles, colors, face shapes and textures in a realistic virtual environment. It also provides cosmetology instructors with royalty-free student exercises, which can be used in conjunction with CyberImaging consultation to reinforce techniques learned in a student’s cosmetology textbook.
“Cosmetology schools are quickly recognizing that CyberImaging is more than an effective tool for salons and spas,” said Hal Wilson, president of CyberImaging. “They view the product as a cost-effective and innovative teaching tool that enhances their curriculum, as well as their students’ learning experience.”
www.cyberimaging.com
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