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Lucidiom APM 2000 photo kiosk

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-28 05:00:03
Lucidiom APM 2000 photo kiosk : Lucidiom Inc, creator of the original Automated Photo Machine (APM), will debut its new APM 2000 at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Show, February 26th through March 1st in Orlando, Fla. To help retail customers make high-quality digital prints quickly and easily, the APM 2000 features the advanced technical specs of Lucidiom's APM 1200, but adds three big new enhancements. With 1 GB of RAM, it can store and process photos faster. The built-in, 5-1/4" combo CD/DVD drive allows consumers to make photo CDs and slideshow DVDs. Plus, the EasyReader front panel makes it simple for consumers to know how to insert their media cards for quick photo prints.


Simple Star PhotoShow Print & Share

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-28 02:15:00
Simple Star PhotoShow Print & Share : Simple Star, creator of PhotoShow software and services, today launched the PhotoShow Print & Share at the PMA 2006 International Tradeshow and Convention. This new addition to PhotoShow lets customers from partner retailers manage and enhance their photos and order prints, PhotoShow DVDs and other merchandise, which will help increase each retailer's bottom line and brand presence. "PhotoShow Print & Share gives retailers a powerful new way to offer customers exciting options for enhancing, printing and sharing their photos," said Chad Richard, Simple Star Chief Executive Officer. "And, customers bring new customers with them every time they share their photo memories with friends and family."


Riya photo search engine

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 15:35:00
Riya photo search engine : Riya, a photo search engine, today announced that it will go into public beta this calendar quarter. Riya uses proprietary face and text recognition technology to let users search for photos of themselves, people and places. As Munjal Shah, Riya CEO and co-founder told the audience, "I have 37,343 digital photos in my personal collection. Each is labeled DSC009.jpg. I can’t find anyone unless I go through the tedious process of manually labeling - or tagging - each of my photos." According to Shah, Riya was formed to solve this problem. Riya is designed for recognizing up to 400 unique people in personal digital photographs. It works best if photographs are high resolution and include time and date stamps.


HP Photosmart Express station

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 15:10:00
HP Photosmart Express station : HP today marked its entrance into the retail photo-printing market with the introduction of a self-service photo kiosk that will be rolled out in top-tier retail chains nationwide. The HP Photosmart Express station is the most advanced standalone, self-service photo kiosk dedicated to producing 4 x 6-inch prints quickly - in as fast as five seconds. The HP Photosmart Express station, announced in anticipation of the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show to be held in Orlando, open the doors to a significantly more profitable photofinishing business for retailers while offering their customers improved flexibility and speed in printing photos.


HP Photosmart Studio

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 15:05:00
HP Photosmart Studio : HP today marked its entrance into the retail photo-printing market with the introduction of an in-store photo studio that will be rolled out in top-tier retail chains nationwide. The HP Photosmart Studio is the first and only in-store solution where consumers can design creative products in about five minutes – without having to crop or place photos into individual templates – and pick them up in one hour or less. The HP Photosmart Studio, announced in anticipation of the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show to be held in Orlando, open the doors to a significantly more profitable photofinishing business for retailers while offering their customers improved flexibility and speed in printing photos.


Share your photos with Sprint Picture Mail Groups

Mark Peters : 2006-02-24 19:25:00
Share your photos with Sprint Picture Mail Groups : Sprint will make it easier for customers to share personal media about a favorite hobby, passion or common interest with a select group of friends, colleagues or suppliers with the launch of Sprint PCS Picture Mail groups. Sprint PCS Picture Mail subscribers will be able to create an online community about any subject and invite friends with an email address or Sprint phone to add pictures, video clips and text of their own, whenever they want, at no additional cost. Community members can stay on top of the action with instant notification whenever new content gets posted. Sprint PCS Picture Mail groups, launching in the spring, will be the first phone picture service on the web.


Fotolog online photo sharing servers upgraded

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 01:05:00
Fotolog online photo sharing servers upgraded : Fotolog.com is an online community of interconnected photo-weblogs. Fotolog makes it easy for your friends and family to see what`s up with you by putting your latest, greatest digital photos on the web in a daily journal format. Founded in 2002, Fotolog now has more than 2 million members in 200 countries. To meet the increased demand, Fotolog implemented a major hardware upgrade and code overhaul over the past few months that has greatly enhanced the Fotolog experience. If you haven’t visited Fotolog in a while, the first thing you’ll notice is speed - the site is now averaging less than 2.5 seconds for page delivery and 230,000 photo uploads daily (vs. 180,000 in November).


Panorama prints for photographers at myPhotopipe

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-12 17:25:00
Panorama prints for photographers at myPhotopipe : The proliferation of digital cameras has impacted the photography industry in more ways than one. Camera owners are now demanding more print options for their images favoring larger sizes and exotics over the older, one-size-fits-all model pioneered decades ago by the local camera stores and mass market retailers. In response, myPhotopipe, a national online web site that turns digital images into photographic prints, today launched a new line of panoramic prints under its Gallery Series line of photographic prints and its Giclee line of fine art prints. The new products will start at two-feet and progress up to 8-feet wide. A photographer may choose a vertical or horizontal format.






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