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Moixa Energy have launched their first product, bringing its vision to life with the USBCell – a range of high quality rechargeable batteries, starting with the AA Cell which can charge from any USB port ( a low power supply) without the need for any recharging devices or cables.
- 26 Sep 2006
The new sensor from Foveon, which will be used in the new Sigma SD14 digital SLR, records 14 millions pixels at 4.8 million photosites.
- 26 Sep 2006
On the heels of its prototype 8-megapixel image sensor announcement earlier this summer, Micron will preview its latest imaging innovations for the digital photography market.
- 21 Sep 2006
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CAPS currently provides a highly efficient way of viewing and zooming images. As part of the Scalado CAPS imaging platform, its patented RAJPEG JPEG codec technology, enables 'Region of Interest' coding. This enables very fast image processing while viewing, editing and transferring images. It also reduces the need for heap memory by 25x.
- 20 Sep 2006
The 32Gb NAND flash memory can be used in memory cards with densities of up to 64-Gigabytes. One 64GB card can store over 64 hours of DVD resolution movies or 16,000 MP3 music files.
More scalable than any other memory architecture being researched, PRAM features the fast processing speed of RAM for its operating functions combined with the non-volatile features of flash memory for storage, giving it the nickname: perfect RAM.
- 11 Sep 2006
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A team of scientists from Mitsubishi Electric have developed a prototype system that uses specially developed software and a second shutter that opens and closes rapidly to extract sharp images from blurred photos.
- 31 Aug 2006
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Oki have succeeded in integrating its original FIFO (First-In First-Out) memory and image processing circuit into a single chip and significantly reducing CCD camera noise in dim light, something which could not be done before.
- 23 Aug 2006
'Smart' variable focal length liquid microlenses incorporate hydrogels that respond to physical, chemical or biological stimuli and actuate lens function.
- 4 Aug 2006
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology have exhibited technology currently being developed to remove blur caused by camera shake from digital images at the Siggraph conference in Boston.
- 3 Aug 2006
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GPS-CS1 records position data that can be combined with still images and displayed as online “Map View” with Picture Motion Browser software