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Rabbani Majid Eastman Kodak Co, Melnychuck Paul W Eastman Koda, Axman Michael Stuart Eastman K, Baradar Ali R Eastman Kodak Co: Method and apparatus for the addition and removal of digital watermarks in a hierarchical image storage and retrieval system.. Eastman Kodak Co, May 3, 1995: EP0651554-A1 (344 worldwide citation)

An image processing technique is described in the context of a hierarchical image storage and retrieval system. The method allows for the controlled addition and removal of digital watermarks from selected image components in the hierarchy. The method adds a digital watermark in a selected image res ...


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Tang Ching Wan, Hseih Biay Cheng: An electroluminescent device having an organic electroluminescent layer. Eastman Kodak Co, June 19, 1996: EP0717445-A2 (203 worldwide citation)

The pixel device uses a pair of thin-film transistors as active matrix addressing elements and organic electroluminescent thin-films as the emission medium. An insulating substrate carries the thin-film transistors, a capacitor and an overlying passivation layer, with a tapered opening over which an ...


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Tang Ching Wan, Hseih Biay Cheng: Tft-el display panel using organic electroluminiscent media. Eastman Kodak Co, June 19, 1996: EP0717446-A2 (193 worldwide citation)

A flat panel display comprising thin-film-transistor-electroluminescent (TFT-EL) pixels is described. An addressing scheme incorporating two TFTs and a storage capacitor is used to enable the EL pixels on the panel to operate at a duty factor close to 100%. This TFT-EL device eliminates the need to ...


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Lee Paul P, Cok Ronald Steven: A flat-panel light emitting pixel with luminance feedback. Eastman Kodak Co, August 13, 2003: EP1335430-A1 (192 worldwide citation)

An image display includes an addressable image display pixel, having a substrate; a light emitter formed on the substrate; a photo-sensor formed on the substrate and optically coupled to the light emitter to detect light emitted by the light emitter to generate a feedback voltage signal in response ...


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Meyers Mark Marshall: Compact digital camera with segmented fields of view. Eastman Kodak Co, May 6, 1998: EP0840502-A2 (153 worldwide citation)

A compact digital camera is formed with a lenslet array comprised of a plurality of lenslets, each lenslet has a decentration corresponding to its radial position in the lenslet array so that the axial ray of each lenslet views a different segment of a total field of view. A photosensor array compri ...


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Stephenson Stanley W: Electronic camera and integral ink jet printer. Eastman Kodak Co, June 17, 1998: EP0848540-A2 (145 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for capturing and printing images on a receiver sheet includes a camera for electronically storing an image of a subject and having a display for displaying such stored image and including alignment structure and an ink jet printer, an ink jet print head including a plurality of colored in ...


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Jarrold Gregory S, Lebens John A: Thermal actuator. Eastman Kodak Co, July 31, 2002: JP2002-210951 (144 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a thermal actuator for a micro mechanical device having an actuator beam improved in the degree of motion.SOLUTION: The thermal actuator is taught for the micro electromechanical device. The thermal actuator has a base element, and a cantilevered element extending fr ...


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Nelson David J, Bryant Robert C, Leidig Carl F: Data reader and reader system having visible centerless targeting. Eastman Kodak Co, January 26, 2000: EP0974924-A2 (125 worldwide citation)

A data reader (10) has a digital image detector (12) an optical system (14) imaging on the digital image detector (12), and a marker beam source (16) that emits a diverging, centerless visible light projection (42). A data reading system includes the data reader (10) and media (20) bearing: a visibl ...


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Squilla John R, Moghadam Omid A, Allen James D: Photographic system involving data collection from a communicating scene. Eastman Kodak Co, June 2, 1999: EP0920179-A2 (123 worldwide citation)

A photographic system involves the collection of data from a scene, e.g., a visitor attraction site, that is capable of interactive communication with a user. The attraction site stores content data related to the site, and the user communicates with the attraction site through a camera capable of c ...


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Ray Lawrence A, Nicponski Henry: Face detecting method. Eastman Kodak Co, August 29, 2001: EP1128316-A1 (118 worldwide citation)

A method for determining the presence of a face from image data includes a face detection algorithm having two separate algorithmic steps: a first step of prescreening image data with a first component of the algorithm to find one or more face candidate regions of the image based on a comparison bet ...