Custom Entertainment Solutions New Animatronics Website Goes Live
This week, Custom Entertainment Solutions announced that they have renamed their domain name and launched a newly designed, easy-to-navigate website which offers their customized animatronics and robotics services to an international market.
November 9, 2010 (Newswire.com) - This week, Custom Entertainment Solutions announced that they have renamed their domain name and launched a newly designed, easy-to-navigate website (http://www.AnimatronicRobotics.com) which offers their customized animatronics and robotics services to an international market.
It is all part of their exciting business expansion as they begin getting the word out about their mission, which is to create fully customized robotic and animatronic technology for clients, with a global focus.
"We are happy to bring state of the art technology to those who have unique design ideas but could not access this level of quality," founder and president Josh Gray said in an official statement last Friday.
"Human interaction through the entire creative process with our clients has always led to a better design than simply 'throwing it over the fence' to a prototype farm."
Since 2005, Custom Entertainment Solutions has been dedicated to bringing fully interactive, intuitive and advanced robotics to the table. This includes, according to their site, "3D laser scanning, full CNC milling and surfacing, CNC plasma torches, and the latest in 3D CAD and CAM and even Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation."
"Our goal is to offer a different kind of experience," Gray continued. "We are adamant about quality and customization. Everything we do is aimed at giving our clients exactly what they want in their designs. From simple initial ideas to specific technical parameters, we communicate live using 3D models, real prototypes, and worldwide video conferencing to arrive at a final design that fits our client's specifications."
Their new site offers a photo and video gallery that shows the fruit of this labor. These include some of the creatures and models they have created for companies, movies, and events. Further videos can be seen via their official YouTube Channel.