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Sony Ericsson MD300 mobile broadband USB modem

Mark Peters : 2007-11-08 21:10:00
Sony Ericsson MD300 mobile broadband USB modem : Sony Ericsson announced the MD300 mobile broadband USB modem, a business tool that allows busy professionals to quickly and easily connect their personal computer or laptops to the internet whenever and wherever they need. The first Sony Ericsson Mobile Broadband product with a USB interface, the Sony Ericsson MD300 USB modem is simple to install and start up. The Sony Ericsson MD300 mobile broadband USB modem comes pre-installed with everything you need to go online, including personal computer software. The Sony Ericsson MD300 mobile broadband USB modem will be available in luxury black and metallic silver in selected markets from Q1 2008.


Hardware acceleration technology for face tracking

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-10-20 15:10:00
Hardware acceleration technology for face tracking : FotoNation announced “FastTrack IPC” (IP-Core) hardware acceleration technology that improves Face tracking quality and performance up to 400% in digital cameras and camera phones. Especially important for camera phones, FastTrack IPC provides significant performance improvements directly in the camera’s chipset, optimizing focus, exposure, and color balance with FotoNation’s self-calibrating system for difficult lighting conditions. The hardware acceleration technology for face tracking delivers faster and better image quality by integrating location and exposure information of human faces within the camera’s exposure feedback system.


Transparent electroluminescent display

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-23 19:29:00
Transparent electroluminescent display from Planar : Planar Systems announced the addition of transparent and segment electroluminescent displays to its family of high-performance EL displays. Featuring the same visual performance characteristics of Planar’s proven electroluminescent (EL) displays, this technology offers added benefits of transparency and the ability to cut or shape the display. The TASEL technology introduction demonstrates Planar's continued investment in the future of electroluminescent products, building on the company's strategy to deliver specialty display solutions. Transparent displays are ideal for markets in which design aesthetics are a crucial component in communicating product innovation and quality.


Casio 60 fps Digital Camera Prototype

Dennis Hissink : 2007-09-05 12:00:00
Casio 60 fps Digital Camera Prototype : Casio announced that it is developing an entirely new digital camera with hitherto unseen high speed performance and image capture functions that make the most of its cutting-edge digital technologies. The revolutionary Casio 60 fps digicam of the future will be able to take still images at an astonishing shooting speed, to catch fast-moving subjects at the crucial moment. The Casio Hi-speed camera will also take movies that capture movement so fast that it cannot even be seen by the human eye. The first Casio high speed camera prototype was displayed at the IFA, a consumer electronics trade show, in Berlin, Germany, where our team is operating and working to cover the show live.


Best Space Photo captured at Mount Palomar

Mark Peters : 2007-09-03 22:55:39
Best Space Photo captured at Mount Palomar : A team of astronomers led by Cambridge University have taken some of the best space photos of the stars that are sharper than anything produced by the Hubble telescope, at 50 thousandths of the cost. The researchers, from the University of Cambridge and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), used a technique called “Lucky Imaging” to take the most detailed space photos of stars and nebulae ever produced - using a camera based on the ground at Mount Palomar. Space Photos from ground based telescopes are usually blurred by the Earth’s atmosphere - the same effect that makes the stars appear to twinkle when we look at them with the naked eye.


Philips 3D WOWzone

Mark Peters : 2007-09-03 20:45:56
Philips 3D WOWzone : Philips is introducing the 3D WOWzone, a large 132¬inch (335 cm) multi-screen 3D wall, designed to grab people's attention with 3D multimedia presentations. By creating a 'spellbinding' 3D experience, marketing professionals can use this eye catcher to increase brand and product awareness in larger public spaces at events, exhibitions, reception areas and theme parks. The out-of-screen 3D effects fascinate viewers and holds their attention for longer than standard 2D images, thereby making 3D a valuable marketing tool. No glasses are needed to view the Philips 3D WOWzone and it gives marketeers an element of surprise that leaves their target audience with an amazing and entertaining 3D multimedia experience.


Nikon EXPEED

Dennis Hissink : 2007-08-26 02:00:00
Nikon EXPEED : Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the development of its original EXPEED digital image-processing concept, which will be employed in the design of all future Nikon digital SLR and COOLPIX cameras. As Nikon’s new digital image-processing concept - featuring the core ideas of our image creation and processing - EXPEED incorporates the optimized knowhow and technologies we have accumulated throughout our long history and in the course of our transition from film to digital cameras (starting with the D1). It’s a system that embodies Nikon's intense passion for digital images. Unlike image-processing engines or systems, EXPEED does not deal with specific parts or features.


Microsoft Digital Photography Research

Mark Peters : 2007-08-13 20:30:00
Microsoft Digital Photography Research : Microsoft researchers showcase graphics and interactive innovations at SIGGRAPH 2007 that will make it easier for everyday users to edit digital photos and produce professional-quality reconstructed photographic images. Sometimes, the old adage that “two negatives yield a positive” goes beyond mathematics and enters another realm. This week, researchers from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Microsoft Research will present how two negatives can indeed equal a positive for digital photographers at SIGGRAPH 2007, the Association for Computing Machinery’s 34th annual international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques.






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