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SanDisk authentication system against online fraud

Mark Peters : 2006-10-23 16:22:10
SanDisk TrustedSignins authentication system : Online banking, shopping and other transactions will soon have added security with a new dual-factor authentication product called TrustedSignins, which was introduced by SanDisk Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of flash memory cards. The announcement was made at the RSA Conference, where SanDisk is giving demonstrations at Stand 38 in the Nice Acropolis. The TrustedSignins authentication system provides highly secure protection against online fraud because it uses dual-factor authentication, which requires the combination of something you know, such as a password or user name, with something you have, such as a SanDisk USB flash drive or mobile memory card.


Olympus develops wooden camera body

Mark Peters : 2006-09-27 13:30:36
Olympus develops wooden camera body : Olympus announces the development of a three-dimensional compression moulding process for wooden materials. The new process draws extensively on Olympus expertise in precision metal-forming technologies. The processed wooden material has the feel and grain pattern of natural wood, but is much harder than engineering plastics such as ABS and polycarbonate resins. Strong enough to be used to create the outer casings of electronic products, the material can enhance the aesthetic value and pleasure of ownership that those products provide. A prototype example of a camera case created using this new technology will be exhibited at the photokina 2006, being held in Cologne, Germany.


Dust removal technology demonstration at Photokina

Mark Peters : 2006-09-25 15:09:00
Dust removal technology demonstration at Photokina : FotoNation, one of the world’s leading embedded imaging and connectivity companies, announced today that it will demonstrate its new patented FotoNation Dust Removal Technology at Photokina 2006, held in Cologne, Germany from September 26 - October 1st, 2006. The FotoNation Dust Removal and detection Technology completely and automatically removes dust from digital images. FotoNation has been awarded a United States patent for this technology and has 10 additional patents pending in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. FotoNation eliminates dust from images using in-camera software which distinguishes between dust and real detail in the photo.


Kodak ColorFlow technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 23:50:00
Kodak ColorFlow technology : From packages on supermarket shelves to advertising received via magazines or flyers, media consumers -and the marketers who serve them- demand high quality color. In fact, consumers in today’s technology driven economy expect premium color in every aspect of their lives. For print providers, a profession steeped through the years in the rigors of reproducing precise, consistent color, setting color expectations and delivering on those promises are more challenging and important than ever. To help ensure streamlined connectivity, improved predictability and reduction of errors in the delivery of color, Kodak has created the Kodak ColorFlow technology architecture. By seamlessly communicating,


White OLED technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 22:04:00
White OLED technology : Universal Display Corporation, the Company that's lighting the way in developing and commercializing OLED technology for flat panel displays, lighting, electronic communications and other opto-electronics with its proprietary PHOLED phosphorescent OLED technology, announced today significant advances in the development of WOLED white OLED technology for solid-state lighting and flat panel display applications during the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) Optics & Photonics conference in San Diego, California, being held in the San Diego Convention Center from August 13-17. During the Organic Light Emitting Diode and Devices Session, Dr. Bert Alleyne.


Fujifilm Face Detection

Dennis Hissink : 2006-07-13 03:00:01
Fujifilm Face Detection : The advanced Fujifilm Face Detection Technology system built into the new Fujifilm FinePix S6500fd digital camera is based on the Image Intelligence technology found in Fujifilm's Frontier Digital Lab Systems, used by photofinishers to produce large volumes of top-quality photo prints. Face Detection is a selectable option the camera user can turn on whenever human subjects are the focal point of a picture. Once Face Detection is activated, it automatically identifies faces in the scene and prioritizes them in as little as 0.05 seconds. It simultaneously displays a green rectangle around the top-priority face, and a white one around other faces before the picture is taken.


System blocks unwanted video and still photography

Mark Peters : 2006-06-21 00:13:00
System blocks unwanted video and still photography : Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have completed a prototype device that can block digital-camera function in a given area. Commercial versions of the technology could be used to stymie unwanted use of video or still cameras. The prototype device, produced by a team in the Interactive and Intelligent Computing division of the Georgia Tech College of Computing (COC), uses off-the-shelf equipment - camera - mounted sensors, lighting equipment, a projector and a computer - to scan for, find and neutralize digital cameras. The system works by looking for the reflectivity and shape of the image-producing sensors used in digital cameras.


New device revolutionizes Nano Imaging

Mark Peters : 2006-06-21 00:05:00
New device revolutionizes Nano Imaging : Georgia Tech researchers have created a highly sensitive atomic force microscopy (AFM) technology capable of high-speed imaging 100 times faster than current AFM. This technology could prove invaluable for many types of nano-research, in particular for measuring microelectronic devices and observing fast biological interactions on the molecular scale, even translating into movies of molecular interactions in real time. The research, funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health, appears in the February issue of Review of Scientific Instruments. Not only is FIRAT (Force sensing Integrated Readout and Active Tip) much faster than AFM.






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