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Internet connected photo frames
Mark Peters : January 21th 2009 - 23:57 CET
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SamsungInternet connected digital photo frames : Samsung Electronics, the world’s leader in advanced semiconductor solutions, and chumby have teamed up to provide a reference design built on Samsung’s award-winning S3C6410 application processor for Internet-connected digital photo frames (DPFs). The new Samsung / chumby reference design provides developers with powerful Web - connected digital photo frames that offer drag-and-drop photo and video sharing, social networks, multimedia messaging, games, Internet radio, animation, video clips, constantly streaming news, weather information, RSS feeds and much more.

Chumby photo frames

Chumby photo frames
With chumby’s embedded technology, these DPFs provide access to a variety of chumby services and content, including over 1,000 Internet applications or “widgets” in 30 different categories ranging from news and entertainment to videos, music and sports, as well as tens of thousands of Internet radio stations, streaming online video clips and much more. “Accessing Web services and content anytime, anywhere is the promise of next-generation consumer electronic devices,” said Richard Yeh, marketing director for Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.’s System LSI Business. “By partnering with emerging market leaders such as chumby, we have an opportunity to dynamically change the way people view and share information in real-time via the Internet.”

Digital photo frames

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As the digital photo frame market embraces wireless connectivity, the Samsung / chumby reference design offers developers to build innovative DPFs with interactive Web capabilities. Rather than just a simple picture frame that only displays a limited number of photos from camera memory cards, the DPF can now become a connected Internet appliance where users can create and share content with friends and family, easily connect to top Internet photo-sharing services like Photobucket, Facebook and Flickr, integrate photo sharing with audio, and enjoy their photos and music alongside the rest of their favorite parts of the Internet. Users can view and share photos from multiple sources including camera cards, memory cards, and the top Internet photo sharing sites in one slideshow, and use the touchscreen to navigate through over a thousand chumby widgets.

Internet connected photo frames

Internet connected photo frames
“Our vision is to bring the Internet to connected screens everywhere, and digital photo frames are an ideal platform for delivering chumby technology and content to millions of homes,” said Stephen Tomlin, CEO, chumby. “Through our partnership with Samsung, we are taking the digital photo frame category to an entirely new level -- bringing the best of the Internet coupled with chumby’s ease of use and unique capabilities to digital photo frames.”

Chumby photo frame

Chumby photo frame
To be the centerpiece of the connected home, a DPF requires a high-performance, multimedia processor with an optimized feature set that includes interfaces for easy connection to wireless networks, a LCD display controller, advanced memory interfaces for both embedded and card memory, an ADC for touch screen control, advanced graphics capabilities and support for high-level operating systems. Designed using Samsung’s high-performance, cost effective S3C6410 application processor, this new reference design leverages an open source network based on a Linux operating system.

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