Get the Picture (CD)? kodak and intel Digitize Photofinishing
- Film in the round. O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science;Dec98, Vol. 253 Issue 6, p38
Reports on the teamup between Eastman Kodak and Intel Corp. to develop the Picture CD, a photographic service that converts film pictures to high-resolution digital photos and places them on a CD-ROM. Inclusion of basic photo editing and printing software; Cities where the Picture CD service is...
- Digital photos from regular film. // Consumer Reports;May99, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p8
Discusses the Kodak Picture CD computer software that allows a person to try digital photography without a digital camera. Price; Features; Requirements; Possibilities for the finished product.
- Floppy snaps. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;02/06/99, Vol. 161 Issue 2172, p14
Focuses on a form of film processing for computer display called Picture Disk. Its development by Kodak, and availability on floppy disk; Previous failed attempts at marketing viewable processed film on CD-ROMs; Cost of developing one's pictures as a Picture Disk; How it would work and could be...
- Kodak, Intel go to test with picture CD. Elkin, Tobi // Brandweek;09/28/98, Vol. 39 Issue 36, p8
Reports on Kodak and Intel's test marketing of Picture CD, a CD-ROM on which photos can be stored as digital images, following the companies' signing of a three-year marketing and technology alliance. Key provisions of the joint venture agreement; Kodak and Intel's plan to launch individual...
- PictureCD unveiled in test. Elkin, Tobi // Brandweek;10/05/98, Vol. 39 Issue 37, p12
Cites the launch of Eastman Kodak Co. and Intel Corp.'s test marketing program to spur consumers to request their pictures be put on PictureCD, the first offering from the mega-alliance. Development of Kodak television spots by Ogilvy and Mather.
- INDUSTRY NEWS. // Photo District News;Jul2003, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p107
Presents news briefs on the photography industry which include the acquisition by Eastman Kodak of a rapid film processing technology from Applied Science Fiction.
- LVT translation creates sharper image via computer. Perrone, Ellen // Indianapolis Business Journal;11/28/94, Vol. 15 Issue 35, p29A
Features the light valve technology (LVT) in photography created by Kodak. Use by the National Aeronautics & Space Administration; Application; Ability to produce a photograph that doesn't exist in real life as the biggest advantage of LVT; Impact of capability to advertising agencies.
- Hybrid camera. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;05/15/99, Vol. 162 Issue 2186, p20
Reports on the joint effort between Kodak and Intel to produce a device that lets a normal stills camera, or a 35-millimeter film camera, take a digital picture. Intel's patent; Imagek's device, which is similar to Intel's.
- Instant replay. // Ward's Auto World;Apr93, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p55
Announces Eastman Kodak Co.'s computer software for use with Kodak EktaPro EM (electronic memory). Features; Applications.