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Sharp switchable viewing angle LCD development

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 13:07:07
Sharp switchable viewing angle LCD development : Sharp Corporation and Sharp Laboratories of Europe, Ltd. have developed a new LCD, which enables the LCD to be switched between a wide viewing angle and narrow viewing angle by means of an electrical ON/OFF switching action. This will allow people to view email and other private information on portable devices such as mobile phones and notebook PCs with peace of mind without having to worry about others in the vicinity snooping to peek at what is being displayed on the LCD screen. Sharp will begin mass production of this display beginning in July 2005. The switchable LCD is sure to contribute to increasing demand as an indispensable component of mobile devices.


Photags Active Captions support for Adobe XMP

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-13 02:15:00
Photags Active Captions support for Adobe XMP : PhoTags Inc., the Portable Infoimaging company, today announced Active Captions support for the Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP), which adds intelligence to media, as part of it newly released SDK 6.0. PhoTags takes the power of the Adobe XMP to the next level by offering additional capabilities that are only possible with Active Captions. Active Captions enhanced XMP allows the user to choose any XMP metadata stored in a JPEG, make it visible on the picture, and then turn it on and off at any time. For example, users can add a visible copyright notice that will not destroy the photo. The copyright can then be updated or turned off.


Canon ChromaLife100 system introduction

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-11 18:30:00
Canon ChromaLife100 system introduction : Canon, a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today announced a fundamental shift in focus for communicating printer speed performance to reflect the rapidly growing trend in personal photo printing. Leveraging the advantage of the company's patented FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print technology, Canon will use print times when producing photo lab-quality prints as a new print-speed performance benchmark for all new PIXMA desktop and all-in-one photo printers. Canon also introduced the new ChromaLife100 system for photo longevity, making possible a level of fade-resistance rivaling many traditional film-based prints.


Philips announces new record OLED technology

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-06 21:10:00
Philips announces new record OLED technology : As a result of cooperation between Philips Lighting, Philips Research and Novaled have announced a new record for the efficiency of high-brightness white OLEDs, a new solid state lighting technology. OLEDs are expected to enable people to create their own individual lighting atmosphere with low power consumption. "It's an encouraging result that clearly demonstrates the potential of OLED technology for lighting applications," said Klaas Vegter, Chief Technology Officer of Philips Lighting's Lamps business group. "We're confident that OLEDs will establish themselves as the second solid state lighting technology in the market."


HD DVD-R disc introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-05 23:45:00
HD DVD-R disc introduction : A group of four manufacturers announced successful development of a prototype of a HD DVD-R disc, the write-once next generation DVD disc, that can be easily produced at high volume on standard DVD-Recordable production lines. Hitachi Maxell and Mitsubishi Kagaku Media/Verbatim have separately tested and verified the manufacturability of the write-once discs, which use a new organic dye specifically developed for blue-laser applications, and confirmed the prospect of volume production. The new dye is the result of a joint development project by Hayashibara Biochemical Laboratories, a key manufacturer of dyes for DVD-Recordable discs, Mitsubishi Kagaku Media/Verbatim and Toshiba Corporation.


Kopin and Scalar Teleglass video eye-wear

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-28 20:30:00
Kopin and Scalar Teleglass video eye-wear : Kopin Corp., the largest U.S. manufacturer of microdisplays for mobile consumer electronics, announced today that Scalar Corporation has integrated Kopin's CyberDisplay 180K color-filter microdisplay into Scalar's Teleglass, the world's smallest video eyewear for video-on-the-go applications. Scalar, a Tokyo-based manufacturer of optoelectronic equipment, also announced that Teleglass video eye-wear is commercially available on the company's Web site at www.scalar.co.jp/teleglass/index.html. Connected to a mobile phone, portable DVD player or digital camera, Teleglass projects high-resolution video on eyeglasses, creating a virtual 28-inch TV screen as viewed from seven feet away.


TAK S1 printer controller introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-28 19:50:00
TAK S1 printer controller introduction : TAK Imaging unveiled a powerful new single chip controller for next generation photo printers and photo-enabled multi-function peripheral (MFP) devices designed to deliver a step change improvement in the personal photo printing experience. In direct photo printing applications the new TAK S1 printer controller improves output performance by four to five times over currently available competitive solutions. TAK Imaging's new solution is designed to specifically address each of the major inhibitors to a more satisfying consumer photo printing experience today. The TAK S1 controller greatly increases the speed of photo prints drastically and improves overall ease of use.


Toshiba robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-12 19:00:00
Toshiba robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan : Toshiba Corp. recently announced further advances in robotics that take the company closer to its concept of a "life support partner" - a sophisticated robot able to deliver human-centric technologies that provide assistance and support the elderly and young children in the home and in such public places as shopping complexes. One advance enables a robot to distinguish particular voices from among many from multiple directions, and recognize the direction of origin, and interact with the speakers by responding to a repertoire of commands. The other allows a robot to recognize a registered individual and to follow that individual from place to place, even among groups of people.






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