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Canon iSAPS technology

Mark Peters : 2005-10-11 23:28:22
Canon iSAPS technology : Canon has collected a huge volume of photographic data and made extensive statistical analyses of the frequency of taking photographs. Based on this data, we created Photographic Space, a graphical database of information about the correlation between surrounding brightness and distance between camera and subject according to the focal length and zoom lens position when pictures are taken. Canon developed a scene-recognition technology called "iSAPS" (intelligent Scene Analysis based on Photographic Space) Technology. Canon iSAPS Technology envisages the scene to be photographed and makes optimal adjustments of key functions, such as AF, AE and AWB, before the shutter is pressed.


Minox protection for digital photos introduced

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-21 20:00:04
Minox protection for digital photos introduced : Carsten Chadt explains: “Well maintained traditional film material is known to last for at least a century or two and reproduction is easy." Loss of data can be caused by many different means. The storage medium ages, they may get damaged or deleted by accident or another thing and that is today’s standards may not be read by future hardware and software. Therefore, it should be common practice to regularly copy to the latest standard, but in practice this is becoming more and more complex as the number and size of the files grow. The answer is that pixel by pixel and colour by colour the digital photos will be transferred by cathode rays to conventional film material by a new machine.


Nikon built-in wireless LAN support

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-06 20:00:00
Nikon built-in wireless LAN support : Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce an exciting new technology that realizes new picture-taking potential. Providing versatility beyond any previous compact camera, the new Coolpix P1 and Coolpix P2 can boast all the advantages of built-in Wi-Fi LAN support. With the advantages of built-in Wi-Fi LAN support, the new Coolpix P1 and Coolpix P2 realize new picture-taking potential by doing away with the need for wires and cables. In addition to USB connectivity that makes it easy to hook the cameras up to a computer or other peripherals, wireless transfer allows the photographer to send pictures from a memory card or his or her camera's internal memory direct to a selected computer on command.


Philips demonstrates intelligent displays

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-06 14:00:00
Philips demonstrates intelligent displays : At the IFA 2005, Philips is demonstrating photonic textiles; fabrics that contain lighting systems and can therefore serve as displays. With the development of this new and unusual technology, Philips Research is pointing the way toward a new age in the long history of textiles. At first glance, objects such as clothing, towels, upholstery, and drapes would seem unlikely places on which to place intelligent and interactive systems. Yet these low-tech objects figure prominently in our lives. By integrating flexible arrays of multicolored light emitting diodes (LEDs) into fabrics, and doing so without compromising the softness of the cloth, Philips is bringing these objects to life.


Philips rollable display pocket e-Reader Readius

Mark Peters : 2005-09-02 20:20:51
Philips e-Reader Radius : Philips has something very interesting to show at their Philips booth. Located in hall 22, Philips offers the visitor a lot of new products from hard disk recorders to HDTV devices, Blue-Ray solutions to prototypes. Only one working device is currently present at the IFA show. Of course I needed to see this one with my own eyes so the search began. Somewhere in a corner one of Philips's demonstrating girls carried it hanging around her neck: Philips' rollable display device. Simply referred to as: "Amazing!" Ultra light and stylishly designed you can carry the rollable device with you wherever you wanna go. The device is very small and it unfolds a large display that is actually larger than the device area.


Toshiba HDD perpendicular magnetic recording based

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-17 22:00:32
Toshiba HDD perpendicular magnetic recording based : Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD), the industry pioneer in small form factor hard disk drives (HDDs), today announced shipment of the world's first HDD-based on perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR). The new 1.8-inch HDD, used primarily in consumer electronics (CE) devices, enables up to 10,000 songs or 25,000 photos on a single 40GB platter. The MK4007GAL HDD 1.8-inch HDD packs 40GB on a single platter - the largest single-platter capacity yet achieved in the 1.8-inch form factor. This breakthrough technology sets new benchmarks for data density with the highest areal density currently on the market at 206 megabits per square millimeter (133 gigabits per square inch).


HP Scalable printing technology

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-30 16:30:10
HP Scalable printing technology : Scalable printing technology (SPT) is HP's new entry into the printing and imaging market. It's a whole new thermal inkjet technology that's been developed from the silicon on up. Scalable printing technology puts all of the printhead technologies onto the printhead itself. There are 3900 nozzles on the printhead...each one printing and blazing away to give HP customers speed and quality. And, HP makes the entire printhead themselves in their own silicon wafer fab. The most notable benefits of scalable printing technology are speed and image quality. This technology is about four times faster than HP's previous technology, allowing customers to print a 4 x 6 photo in about 14 seconds.


Sharp dual function LCD development

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 13:10:26
Sharp dual function LCD development : Sharp Corporation and Sharp Laboratories of Europe, Ltd. have developed a new LCD, which can simultaneously display different information and image content in right and left views in a single unit by directionally controlling the viewing angle of the LCD. This feature makes it possible to provide information and content tailored to specific users depending on the angle at which they view the screen. Volume production of the LCD will begin in July 2005. Increasingly wider viewing angles in LCDs have made possible clear, highly readable displays without loss of image quality no matter what direction the display is viewed from, and mean that several users can view an LCD simultaneously.






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