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Sony Cybercapture technology for hard disc drives

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-12-15 15:15:00
Sony Cybercapture technology for hard disc drives : Seagate today announced the first practical implementation of Cybercapture technology. Sony Corporation has employed this technology in its new Compactvault removable hard disc media drive that uses Seagate’s CompactFlash Photo Hard Drive, following a joint implementation effort between the two companies. Hard disc drives with Cybercapture technology maximize hard disc performance and enables faster shooting. By moving control of the file system from the CE device onto the hard disc drive itself, Cybercapture technology will allow an even higher recording rate of still pictures in multi-shot mode as well as higher quality recording of moving pictures, on a drive running in AV mode.


New Chip delivers better pictures for less power

Mark Peters : 2005-12-12 01:03:00
New Chip delivers better pictures for less power : The next advance in digital cameras is becoming a reality at the University of Rochester. Imaging chips revolutionized the photography industry, and now the chips themselves are being revolutionized. A pair of newly patented technologies may soon enable power-hungry imaging chips to use just a fraction of the energy used today and capture better images to boot - all while enabling digital cameras to shrink to the size of a shirt button and run for years on a single battery. Placed in a home, they could wirelessly provide images to a security company when an alarm is tripped, or even allow mapping software like Google's to zoom in to real-time images at street level.


Ricoh EncryptEase recordable CD

Mark Peters : 2005-12-12 00:41:00
Ricoh Ricoh EncryptEase recordable CD : Ricoh introduced EncryptEase, a secure intelligent recordable CD that utilizes built-in software to create a hybrid CD-R technology. EncryptEase is the first model to launch in Ricoh's new RR branded product line, which combines CD-R and CD-ROM technology in order to produce advanced hybrid products for the consumer and business communities. It is imperative that mission critical information remains as secure as possible, which can be difficult when information is often shared and stored on easily accessible software/hardware. Ricoh's EncryptEase hybrid security CD-R features sophisticated solutions that include strong copy guards, password-protected access and scheduled expiration dates.


Fujifilm Labelflash DVD disc

Mark Peters : 2005-12-09 11:15:36
Fujifilm Labelflash DVD disc : Fuji Magnetics GmbH announced that the Fujifilm DVD-R 1X-16X optical media for Labelflash technology would be available in the European market in early December. This new technology is jointly developed by Yamaha Corporation and Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. Labelflash technology advances the ability to burn high quality digital images directly into a specialised dye layer on the disc labelling side using laser for data recording. This technology allows consumers to personalise and customise their DVDs with photos, text and graphics, replacing traditional sticker and marker labelling. These new discs are also compatible with the latest 1X-16X speed for data writing as well.


Samsung develops largest flexible LCD panel

Mark Peters : 2005-11-28 09:19:54
Samsung Electronics develops largest flexible LCD panel : Samsung Electronics, announced today that it has developed the world’s largest transmissive TFT LCD (thin-film transistor, liquid crystal display), with sufficiently high resolution to display digital television content.The seven-inch, 640x480 (VGA-standard) flexible display uses a transparent plastic substrate that is thinner, lighter and more durable than the conventional LCD glass panels used today. Moreover, the full-color transmissive LCD panel maintains a constant thickness even when it is bent. Considered the next-generation in flat panel displays, this technology involves the use of pliable plastic instead of rigid glass substrates in TFT-LCD production.


Maxell Holographic Optical Storage Media

Mark Peters : 2005-11-19 04:05:00
Maxell Holographic Optical Storage Media : Maxell Corporation of America's Professional Media Products Division is showcasing the future of storage media with Holographic optical recording technology at the 2005 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Post+ Production Show. A joint venture by Maxell and InPhase Technologies, Holographic media - with its enormous 300 GB storage capacity, its speedy 160 Mbps transfer rate, and its superior archival life - is certain to make a compelling choice for the next wave of optical storage users. Holographic recording technology utilizes a laser beam to form and store data in a number of 3D hologram images of data pages into the same location.


JetMovie visual effects in consumer electronics

Mark Peters : 2005-11-08 11:55:47
JetMovie visual effects in consumer electronics : Jetstream Media Technologies, a provider of Silicon Intellectual Property (SIP) and software solutions that enhance the consumer experience, today introduced a new product JetMovie for the automatic creation of sophisticated visual effects in consumer electronic devices. With a growing library of digital content produced from camcorders, digital cameras, camera phones, and other devices, consumers are looking for new ways to create exciting results from this content and share it with friends and family. Not satisfied with the complex learning curve associated with PC based video editing, consumers are looking for solutions that would allow them to manage the creative process.


Wide video graphics array LCD developed by NEC

Mark Peters : 2005-10-18 14:11:04
Wide video graphics array LCD developed by NEC : NEC LCD Technologies announced the successful development of a 4.1-inch (10.4 cm diagonal), WVGA (wide video graphics array), system-on-glass (SOG) LCD module for mobile devices boasting industry-leading picture quality. Mass production of the newly developed WVGA SOG LCD module is targeted at the end of 2006 and will be carried out on the low temperature poly silicon (LTPS) LCD production lines of NEC Akita, Ltd. The new NEC SOG module has been realized by the following: simultaneous pursuit of a wide color gamut and high luminance and downsizing through integration of peripheral circuitry. The new WVGA LCD model (SOG) from NEC will be displayed at FPD International 2005.






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