By Laura J. Nelson, The Washington Press Bureau | January 29, 2018 10:01:25I’ve been following the progress of the Mercatore project for months, and while it’s a complex story, it feels almost too complex.
Mercati, the Italian company that built Merci, a project that had its first public test launch in June of 2019, was supposed to complete its first commercial test of its projection system in 2018, but a lack of funding forced the project to halt work in 2018.
It has since resumed testing and is still testing, but has faced a few setbacks, including a shutdown due to the lack of funds and an interruption to the test run due to a power outage in the summer of 2020.
The first test run of the projection system on Merci was a success, and we are hopeful that we will be able to complete it in 2019, according to CEO Stefano Mercato.
But, as of now, Merci is not working on its first test, as Mercats latest project, the Merci 3D Projector, has not yet been tested and will not have its first live demonstration until 2019, which is expected to be around mid-January.
The Mercata projection system, which was designed to be a cheap, affordable way to produce 3D models, uses a laser, an electromagnetic field, and a computerized camera to produce the projections.
The projection system is basically a giant projection box that can project a 3D model of any object on a large scale.
The system is capable of producing about 500 to 1,000 3D images per second, according the company, and uses a system that has been tested in the United States and Italy.
According to Mercatar, it is the world’s first 3D projection system to be tested, and the first to be used in a public test facility.
This means that the Mercerer Projector is being developed by a private company, which has an obligation to provide the public with the best possible product for a free trial period.
While the Mercyrer Projectors first commercial launch is still being scheduled for late 2019, Mercate, the company that has now been operating the Mercto project for more than three years, plans to resume testing in 2019.
The Mercarers first commercial production test of the system will take place on January 14, 2019, with the company hoping to complete the first live test of their projection system by February of 2019.
According the company’s CEO, Stefano, the reason Mercario is able to do so many tests at once is because it is a fully self-funded project.
“We are a company that operates on a shoestring, we do everything ourselves, and that’s how we operate,” he said.
“So we do not have to borrow money from other companies to make our own hardware.”
According to Stefano’s statements, the main reason for the project’s success is the company is able in a short amount of time to produce its own equipment, as opposed to using a third-party company.
The company also hopes to expand its range of products by partnering with other companies.
According to Stefato, this is in order to offer the projection market a more competitive solution than that offered by companies like Mercatel.
While Mercater has announced that its first full test of Mercanti’s projection system will be in January 2019, the project is still in the testing phase and Stefano said the company plans to extend its tests into 2019 and beyond.
While Stefano and the Merca team may have finally secured the funding to build their project, it remains to be seen how the system can be completed and whether it will ever reach the point where it can be commercially tested.