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Pleasance Theatre for the Edinburgh Fringe

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-10 23:34:00
Pleasance Theatre for the Edinburgh Fringe : Epson announced its involvement in an innovative exhibition planned by the Pleasance Theatre for the Edinburgh Fringe. The Pleasance is the largest of the fringe venues and its courtyard is the place to meet. This year the Pleasance, photographer Jamie Gramston and printer manufacturer Epson are collaborating to create a rolling, day by day exhibition capturing the people and productions of the Fringe. Jamie will print his images onsite using an Epson Stylus Pro 3800 pro-graphics printer, award winning UltraChrome K3 ink and Epson media. Epson’s UltraChrome K3 ink technology, an eight-colour pigment ink system delivers premium quality prints both in colour and black & white.


IAAF World Championships sponsored by Epson

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-09 02:03:00
IAAF World Championships sponsored by Epson : Epson announced its sponsorship of the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, to be held in Osaka, Japan, from August 25 to September 2, 2007. This year's Championships will involve more than 2,000 of the world's finest athletes from over 200 countries and territories. With an estimated total of more than 6 billion viewers worldwide, the event ranks not only as the world's leading tournament for track and field events, but also as the largest sporting event to be held in 2007. Coordinating a global event on the scale of the IAAF World Championships poses an immense IT challenge, however, this is a challenge that provides the perfect stage for Epson to showcase its technological prowess.


Hahnemuhle Papers certified for Digigraphie program

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-03 18:19:00
Hahnemuhle Papers certified for Digigraphie program : Epson has approved three Fine Art inkjet papers from the Hahnemuhle Digital FineArt Collection for its Digigraphie program in France. Photo Rag 308, Photo Rag Satin 310 and Museum Etching 350 are genuine artists’ papers with a premium inkjet coating from Hahnemuhle. They distinguish themselves from other papers due to their extreme age resistance and are therefore ideal for the long-lasting FineArt prints in the Epson Digigraphie program. With its Digigraphie program Epson allows artists to create limited, authenticated and certified editions of fine art prints. The prints must be produced using Ultrachrom or Ultrachrom K3 inks on professional Epson printers using papers.


Historical photos of Russian emperors saved by Epson

Mark Peters : 2007-04-04 23:02:00
Historical photos of Russian emperors saved by Epson : Thanks to its innovative scanning and printing technologies Epson restores historical photos and negatives of Russian Tsar Nikolay II. After the Great Social Revolution in 1917, information and photos about Russian Emperors were prohibited in New Social Russia. As a result, when migrating residents fled the country they brought documents related to the Russian Emperors with them. In 1953 Russian officers living in the USA formed the Rodina Fund. Their goal was to keep the Russian relics safe and they dreamed that one day they would be brought home to Russia. Finally in 2002, the historical documents did return home when the Rodina Fund gave them to the Russian Cultural Fund.


Processor core for Epson Realoid printer engine chip

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 22:50:00
Processor core for Epson Realoid printer engine chip : Tensilica, announced that Seiko Epson had closed a long-term, multi-year license of Tensilica’s Xtensa family of configurable processor cores for Epson’s new Realoid printer engine chip. The first generation Realoid chip is used in Epson’s photo-capable inkjet printers and multi-function printers, including the newly announced Colorio PM series MFPs. The Epson Stylus Photo R380 Ultra High-Definition Realoid-based printer is available in the US. The relationship also includes next-generation Realoid designs. Epson’s engineers added Tensilica Instruction Extensions to customize several different Xtensa LX processors, each for a unique step in the inkjet image processing chain.


Epson Toyocom thinnest quartz crystal unit

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 22:44:00
Epson Toyocom thinnest quartz crystal unit : Epson Toyocom Corporation, the leader in quartz devices, announced that it has begun volume production of the FC-13F ultra-thin SMD-type tuning-fork crystal unit. Demand for thinner electronic devices continues to increase in the mobile device market led by portable media players. The FC-13F meets this demand by utilizing QMEMS and high precision mounting technologies to achieve the world's thinnest tuning-fork crystal unit with a maximum thickness of just 0.6 mm. It provides almost the same performance as the previous FC-135 model with only two-thirds the thickness. Except for thickness, the FC-13F has the same external dimensions as the FC-135 currently in production.






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