Arius Technology is a leader in laser-based optical scanning systems for three-dimensional digitization of art. Through the Verus Art® partnership, Arius works directly with museums to produce elevated print re-creations of paintings featuring precise replication of the color, texture and relief of the artist's original brushstrokes. Arius is a privately held Canadian company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Changing the way the world lives with Art

Arius 3D® technology is world leading, allowing us to be at the centre of working with internationally respected museums to carry out ground-breaking research and make art more accessible. Via the Verus Art® brand, we are ethically and responsibly producing 3D re-creations of fine art masterpieces by some of the world’s most loved artists.

Verus Art

In collaboration with Océ, A Canon company, and Larson-Juhl, a Berkshire Hathaway company, Verus Art® uses Arius 3D scanning technology to digitize and re-create masterpieces with world leading elevated printing technology.

Our debut collection of re-creations launched in 2016, featuring works from the National Gallery of Canada.





Verus Art® Launches Art Connection Community Outreach Program


Government of Canada Announces $2.75 Million for Innovative British Columbia Art Business



Verus Art® Announces Availability of First Collection of 3D Art Re-Creations



Verus Art Announces First Museum Collaboration with the National Gallery of Canada


Verus Art Launches - World’s Most Advanced 3D Fine Art Re-creations


Arius Technology Secures Eureka Funding for Painting Digitization Research and Development


Arius Nominated for BCTIA 2015 Technology Impact Award


Verus Art Introduced at AAM Annual Meeting and Museum Expo



Arius Technology Appoints VP Engineering & Manufacturing


Latest Generation 3D Scanner Donated to UCL's New Heritage Doctoral Training Centre


Arius Technology Signs Licensing Agreement for Three-Dimensional Colour Imaging Patents


Arius Technology Secures Series A Financing


Arius Technology Announces Appointment of Paul Lindahl to CEO



Arius Technology Inc. completes acquisition of 3D scanning assets from Arius3D Corp.


Paul Lindahl Co-founder, CEO & Director

Paul Lindahl is a C-Suite executive with well-established experience as a serial entrepreneur, business architect, and trusted leader. Paul most recently was the Founder and CEO of NGRAIN Corporation, and has been President / CEO of three companies, in diverse industries from computer manufacturing and nature tourism, to 3D graphics technology. He has built start-ups and operated growing established businesses. His significant business achievements have been created through building powerful executive teams and attracting exceptional board members to accomplish the strategic plan.

Paul graduated from the University of BC in 1981 with a B.A.Sc. in Geological Engineering and holds a Master in Business Administration in Finance from Queen’s University.

Mike Jackson P.Eng., Ph.D., Vice President Engineering & Chief Technology Officer

Mike is an experienced technology executive with more than 25 years of experience developing and commercializing precision electro-mechanical and advanced material technologies. He has co-founded and played executive roles at two venture-backed technology start-ups, and led a worldwide R&D team of 250 at Creo/Kodak developing precision pre-press equipment for a $350M business unit serving the printing industry.

Mike graduated from the University of Alberta in 1985 with a B.Sc. (Eng.) in Electrical Engineering and from the Caltech in 1991 with a Ph.D. in Applied Physics. He is a Professional Engineer in the Province of British Columbia, a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and is an inventor on six issued US patents.

Aaron Davey Vice President Business Development

Aaron is a strategist and entrepreneur with significant experience leading teams in the productization of new 3D and digital media technologies in industries such as aerospace training, military simulation, and video games.

Prior to Arius, Aaron was with Autodesk where he led the creation of an advanced cloud-based software solution for the media and entertainment market. Preceding Autodesk, Aaron co-founded GRIP Entertainment where he was responsible for product development, as well as custom services delivery to customers such as Intel, Electronic Arts, and Disney. GRIP was successfully acquired by Autodesk in 2011.

Patrick Robinson  Co-founder & Chairman

Pat is the Managing Partner of a Family Office that administers over the investment funds of his family’s various business enterprises. Previously Pat was with BMO Nesbitt Burns for 24 years where he was most recently a Senior Vice-President & Managing Director in Vancouver. Pat has been actively involved with preserving and growing investment capital for over twenty-five years. Pat’s background includes leading the personal financial planning operations of an international accounting firm, as well as the founding and the sale of a successful business. In addition to these business skills, Pat achieved his designation as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia (1983) and his Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of British Columbia (1982). Pat has been an investment advisor to institutions and individuals for over twenty-five years.

Pat is active in his community and in the past has served as a trustee on a major trust and endowment fund in Vancouver.

Noel Hall  Co-founder & Director

Noel Hall is currently a consultant to the life sciences and technology industries and a seasoned board director with more than 25 years of experience in the biotechnology and technology industries. Noel was President and Co-founder of Aspreva Pharmaceuticals Corporation, which was acquired by the Galenica Group in January 2008. Prior to co-founding Aspreva in December 2001, Mr. Hall co-founded the life sciences practice of consulting firm Hill and Knowlton in 1995 and served as head of global strategic planning for the firm's worldwide pharmaceutical consulting practice. From 1992 to 1995, Mr. Hall was the director of corporate affairs for the United Kingdom and Northern Europe for The Wellcome Foundation Ltd., which is now part of GlaxoSmithKline PLC. Mr. Hall started his career in pharmaceutical sales and marketing after qualifying as a Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer at the Royal London Hospital.