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GHI Digital Diamond Reports to Feature Interactive 3-D Imaging

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NEW YORK, NY — GHI Gemological Laboratory has announced that its digital reports for loose white diamonds will include interactive 3-D video imaging.

Each GHI digital report will offer a 360-degree color view of the stone. The view aims to provide additional insight about the diamond’s features for wholesalers, retailers and consumers. The video will be generated by DiaCam360 technology. A sample report is viewable here.

GHI is currently the only independent gemological lab to offer this kind of 3-D video imaging in its digital diamond reports. The videos will be accessible via these reports on RapNet and other industry platforms (for the trade), as well as GHI’s own website, ghigemlab.com.

“This technology takes GHI’s reports to a new level,” says Deborah Jakubovic, executive manager of GHI. “The interactive videos can give everyone in the purchase process a better idea of what we might see through a lab loupe. This more personal perspective can be a great tool, especially for online buyers and sellers.”

“This is a game-changer,” says Haim Volner, CEO of DiaCam360. “GHI is the first independent gem lab to include DiaCam360 interactive images in its reports. For anyone who wants objective information, the marriage of GHI’s analysis and our imagery is a match made in diamond heaven.”

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GHI plans to introduce additional reports, services and resources in the coming months.

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