DatacomIT is proud to announce that the ST ViewScan III microfilm scanner was awarded the Platinum Modern Library Award for 2017. The ST ViewScan III is the only microfilm scanner to win 3 consecutive Platinum Modern Library Awards - 2015, 2016 & 2017.
'Digitization' and digitalization' are two conceptual terms that are closely associated and often used interchangeably in a broad range of literatures. You might want to argue that there is analytical value in explicitly making a clear distinction between these two terms.
DatacomIT recently digitised a confronting, however, amazing collection of watercolour paintings by artist and writer Daryl Lindsay for the Australasian College of Surgeons as well as a collection of medals that were awarded to various individuals by the college.
In 1918, Daryl Lindsay was posted to Queens Hospital in Sidcup, Kent, England, where he painted patient’s horrific facial injuries and the ground breaking reconstructive surgery being preformed there. His diagrams, and those of other medical artists, were used to train surgeons worldwide.
DatacomIT recently completed the Digitisation of the Australian Army Journal (AAJ). The Journal commenced publication in 1948 as a medium through which a convey military information and stimulate military thought. It was published monthly until 1976 and then from 1999 with between one and four publications per annum.
After recently completing a project to digitise a collection of records from microfiche, we were once again chosen by the State of Victoria to undertake the digitisation of numerous geological records both from large format maps (some up to 5 metres long) as well as historical bound documents and records.
As the end of the financial year approaches DatacomIT have yet again recorded another successful month of 18 STViewScan III units sold. This last dispatch of 5 STViewScan III units for the month are heading west to State Records Office of WA who after going to tender with the view of purchasing the new ScanPro 3000, ultimately choose the higher native resolution STViewScan III.
It was great to witness the reaction of the audience; shocked, amazed and taken back by the advanced technology and how visitors could visualise the use of the MagicBox in their own environment. DatacomIT have arranged mini bus transport for organisations to privately view the MagicBox at DatacomIT head office in Melbourne.