With the foundations of our technology rooted in the forensic analysis of the Mona Lisa, Arius takes pride in developing the world’s most sophisticated optics-based art capture technology. Engineered and built in Vancouver, our ultra-high-resolution data capture platform accurately measures the surface geometry and colour of paintings. Our electronic digital art file is the ultra-high-resolution link between the physical and digital art worlds. We offer the most advanced scanning services available for the examination, conservation, documentation, reproduction, and visualization of art. This data can also be tokenized in the blockchain, enabling the direct linking of NFTs to physical art objects. We’re opening the possibility of digital trade in physical art.
Our high-fidelity digital benchmarks assist in the conservation of artworks in the face of unforeseen damage and natural deterioration.
We develop and implement restoration frameworks, before even touching the surface of the original artwork
Digital democratization of the art world by improving accessibility and strengthening engagement
We enable the direct linking of NFTs to physical art objects, opening the possibility of digital trade in physical art.
Paul Lindahl has been on the cutting edge of 3D technology and its applications for more than 18 years and co-founded Arius in 2013. Since then Paul has lead the Arius team from intensive Research and Development to product launch and commercialization. In addition to growing Arius into three brands and recruiting a team of talented art engineers and business leaders, Paul has taken to the stage as a thought-leader in the art technology space.
An art world professional, with over 35 years’ experience, Matthew has held significant roles and responsibility in all its manifestations, for Friends of the V&A, The Arts Council of England, Christie’s, and Lisson Gallery. With global reach and sophisticated technical knowledge and understanding of the sector; Matthew heads up our London UK location and brings his unique and complete sector understanding together as Arius' Global Curatorial Director.
Roland has two passions, art and technology. Combining these, Roland manages the Engineering and Art Production teams at Arius, with the latter focusing on exclusive artist collaboration projects. Working closely with artists to fulfill their creative vision by harnessing the tools and technology our team has developed, Roland and his team are both mediators and creators within a new artistic medium for contemporary artists.
Morgan’s background in mechanical design and manufacturing makes him ideally positioned to lead Arius’ new product introduction and manufacturing. He is responsible for the production of Arius’ scanning systems hardware, as well as the product, manufacturing, and process development of the company’s Geomatique™ and Elegraph™ printing technology.
Elise joined Arius as a Sales Associate, bringing with her a background in conceptual art and digital art on the blockchain. She is also the Founder of Next Up Collectors; a platform designed to educate and highlight emerging artists to young professionals. She previously held positions at an auction house in New York City, as well as at a gallery in London, where she worked within their digital art department. Elise holds a master's degree from The Courtauld Institute of Art.
Pat brings a wealth of financial knowledge and expertise to Arius Technology. He is the Managing Partner of a Family Office that administers over the investment funds of his family’s various business enterprises and previously worked for BMO Nesbitt Burns as a Senior Vice-President & Managing Director in Vancouver. Pat has been an investment advisor to institutions and individuals for over 25 years and has been actively involved with preserving and growing investment capital in Canada.