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Logitech and Carl Zeiss improve webcam images

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-09 02:06:00
Logitech and Carl Zeiss to improve webcam imagesLogitech, the world’s leading manufacturer of webcams, and Carl Zeiss, one of the world’s leading optics companies, announced an exclusive collaboration to deliver unparalleled image quality for video calling and sharing. Carl Zeiss’ exclusive relationship with Logitech marks a significant step in the development of webcam optics. Carl Zeiss has been driving optical innovation since the earliest days of photography. Logitech released its first webcam in 1995 and has been leading the development of webcam technology since the inception of video communication over the Internet. Together, Carl Zeiss and Logitech promise to create a new standard for webcam image quality.


3D navigation supported by Microsoft Virtual Earth

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-11 18:00:00
3D navigation supported by Microsoft Virtual Earth : 3D connexion announced its line of 3D navigation devices are now supported by the Microsoft Virtual Earth platform, enabling people to fly through the Live Search Maps 3D world in a manner not previously possible with a mouse and keyboard alone. With 3D connexion’s SpaceNavigator device, geo-browsing enthusiasts can take advantage of the same powerful navigation control popular with 3D artists and computer-aided design (CAD) professionals. 3Dconnexion’s devices significantly enhance the Live Search Maps experience. When navigating 3D worlds with a mouse and keyboard alone, people must repeatedly stop to switch tools or toggle keyboard shortcuts to change directions.






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