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Fraunhofer Institute develops facial analysis system

Mark Peters : 2007-08-02 13:33:00
Fraunhofer Institute develops facial analysis system : How do regular people respond when they walk past an advertising poster? Do they stop and turn around to look at it with interest or march angrily past? A new system of detailed facial analysis can recognize a person’s mood in an instant. An advertisement for a new perfume is hanging in the departure lounge of an airport. Thousands of people walk past it every day. Some stop and stare in astonishment, others walk by, clearly amused. And then there are those who seem puzzled when they look at the poster advertisement. With the help of a small digital video camera, the facial analysis system automatically localizes the faces of everyone who walks past the advertisement.


Dunlop photo book to sponsor Motorsport safety fund

Mark Peters : 2007-08-02 13:32:00
Dunlop photo book to sponsor Motorsport safety fund : Dunlop Tyres are appealing for motoring enthusiasts to submit digital photography for inclusion in a coffee-table photobook encapsulating the thrill of the drive. The photography book will then be sold to raise money for the Motorsport Safety Fund which helps aid improvements in safety standards at motorsport events. James Bailey of Dunlop Tyres said: “We really want to produce a photobook that celebrates the best and most emotive elements of car driving. We know that many driving enthusiasts are also passionate about photography and we would like to give them the chance to see their work in print. The closing date for entries is 31st August 2007.


XO B4 laptop from One Laptop per Child

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-02 13:31:00
XO B4 laptop from One Laptop per Child : One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a non-profit organization with the mission to help eradicate world poverty by providing every child access to knowledge and modern forms of education, announced it has authorized mass production of the XO laptop. This triggers the supply chains of 800 parts that come together and rollout off the assembly line in October. OLPC's XO B4 laptops are among the most durable and innovative laptop computers ever designed. The machines are engineered to withstand the diverse and often harsh environmental conditions found in developing countries - from the dust and heat of the Libyan desert to the daily downpours of the Brazilian rainforests.


University of Bedfordshire students photo exhibition

Mark Peters : 2007-08-02 13:30:00
University of Bedfordshire students photo exhibition : A photography exhibition examining dreams, nightmares and living in a new country is running at the hat Factory in Luton until the end of July. Two 26-year-old Media Production graduates from the University of Bedfordshire have joined forces to display their work which formed part of their final year projects. Natasia Cuffy from Luton has delved into the subconscious and captured the fleeting memories of dreams and nightmares that emerge from the depths of the mind when sleeping and linger throughout the day. The photography exhibition in the Basement Lounge of the Bute Street gallery, will run until 31 July from 8am to 10pm, Monday to Saturday.


Sort photos automatic with Automatic Photo Sorter

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-01 13:38:00
Sort photos automatic with Automatic Photo Sorter : Automatic Photo Sorter 1.0 will benefit most any digital photo enthusiast, who takes lots of photos and saves them to the hard disk drive. Over the years, the computer accumulates hundreds of photos, and it's only natural that the user wants to arrange them. Until now there has been no way to sort photos into folders automatically. Doing it manually will take much time and too many efforts. Fortunately, Styopkin Software has come up with Automatic Photo Sorter that will help you cope with the "too-many-unsorted-photos" problem. Automatic Photo Sorter 1.0 runs on Microsoft Windows Vista/XP/2000 and costs $24.95 (US) for a single-user license.


Job training program for Bayview youth

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-01 13:35:00
Job training program for Bayview youth : Lennar is helping youth and young adults in Bayview-Hunters Point learn cutting-edge skills in the rapidly changing field of digital media. The Bayview-Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology has been training youth and young adults through its Digital Design and Media Arts Career Training Pilot Program, funded through a $150,000 donation from Lennar. During the first year of the program, BayCat recruited and trained 35 young adults. “We want to thank Lennar for their tremendous generosity,” said BayCat President and CEO Villy Wang. “Through the company’s donation, we have been able to reach youth who otherwise would not have the chance to learn these 21st century job skills."


Inkjet printer head cleaner

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-01 13:33:00
Inkjet printer head cleaner : Harvey the Headcleaner, a computer program that will reduce, if not eliminate inkjet printer head clogging, has just come on the market. Harvey is the brainchild of Gainesville, Florida, entrepreneur and inventor Richard Hilton, and was developed by computer programmer Patrick Flahan of Odessa, Florida. Hilton, president of Hilton Images, Inc., has manufactured laser sublimation toner cartridges under the brand name SubToner since 1999, and recently became an authorized distributor for Sawgrass Technologies sublimation products for inkjets. Since the inception of SubToner, Hilton heard customers complain about clogged heads, which often can be deadly for an inkjet printer.


CMYK Optimizer software

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-01 11:01:00
CMYK Optimizer software : Alwan Color Expertise, world leader in standardization and implementation of color management, is releasing version 3 of CMYK Optimizer, the optimal solution for color preflighting, standardization and optimization for CMYK separations and data. Customers benefit from using CMYK Optimizer by achieving optimal print quality and proof matching while, at the same time, reducing print costs. Version 3 further expands on Alwan CMYK Optimizer's technological advantages, thanks to its full support of the latest ICC colour management system, Adobe PDF v8 library and state-of-the-art Alwan Dynamic DeviceLink Profiles. It will debut at GraphExpo, Chicago in September 2007.






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