David H Levy, Andrea C Scuderi, Lyn M Irving: Methods of making thin film transistors comprising zinc-oxide-based semiconductor materials and transistors made thereby. Eastman Kodak Company, Chris P Konkol, July 22, 2008: US07402506 (2368 worldwide citation)

A thin film transistor comprises a zinc-oxide-containing semiconductor material. Such transistors can further comprise spaced apart first and second contact means or electrodes in contact with said material. Further disclosed is a process for fabricating a thin film transistor device, wherein the su ...

Ching W Tang, Chin H Chen, Ramanuj Goswami: Electroluminescent device with modified thin film luminescent zone. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl O Thomas, September 6, 1988: US04769292 (1091 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device is disclosed having a luminescent zone of less than one .mu.m in thickness comprised of an organic host material capable of sustaining hole-electron recombination and a fluorescent material capable of emitting light in response to energy released by hole-electron recombi ...

Bryce E Bayer: Color imaging array. Eastman Kodak Company, George E Grosser, July 20, 1976: US03971065 (784 worldwide citation)

A sensing array for color imaging includes individual luminance- and chrominance-sensitive elements that are so intermixed that each type of element (i.e., according to sensitivity characteristics) occurs in a repeated pattern with luminance elements dominating the array. Preferably, luminance eleme ...

Steven A VanSlyke, Ching W Tang: Organic electroluminescent devices having improved power conversion efficiencies. Eastman Kodak Company, Dana M Schmidt, September 3, 1985: US04539507 (676 worldwide citation)

Electroluminescent devices are disclosed comprising a hole-injecting zone and an adjacent organic luminescent zone, the device having a power conversion efficiency of at least 9.times.10.sup.-5 w/w and said zones having a combined thickness no greater than about 1 micron.

Ching W Tang: Organic electroluminescent cell. Eastman Kodak Company, Dana M Schmidt, October 26, 1982: US04356429 (551 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent cell is disclosed comprising a luminescent zone between two electrodes, wherein a hole-injecting zone comprising a porphyrinic compound is disposed between the luminescent zone and the anode electrode.

Kenneth A Parulski, James R Schueckler: Cellular telephone and electronic camera system with programmable transmission capability. Eastman Kodak Company, Pamela R Crocker, September 19, 2000: US06122526 (534 worldwide citation)

An electronic camera system includes a programmable transmission capability for selectively transmitting electronic image data to a plurality of remote base units. In one embodiment, a camera module is detachably coupled to a portable computer including a display screen and a data entry device. The ...

Stevens Guy William W: Focus control for optical instruments. Eastman Kodak Company, March 14, 1972: US3648587 (514 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus particularly for making minute and very accurate images such as the negatives which are printed on photoresists in the production of microelectronic circuits. The method and apparatus employ an objective lens assembly adapted to be positioned in close proximity to a photograph ...

Ching Wan Tang, Biay Cheng Hseih: TFT-el display panel using organic electroluminescent media. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, November 4, 1997: US05684365 (494 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 ...

Daniel W Kuchta, Peter J Sucy: Electronic still camera providing multi-format storage of full and reduced resolution images. Eastman Kodak Company, David M Woods, November 17, 1992: US05164831 (492 worldwide citation)

An electronic still camera employs digital processing of image signals corresponding to a still image and storage of the processed image signals in a removable static random access memory card. An image sensor is exposed to image light and the resultant analog image information is converted to digit ...

Robert M Smith, David M T Ting, Jan H Boer, Marvin Mendelssohn: Document management and production system. Eastman Kodak Company, Mark Z Dudley, January 19, 1993: US05181162 (441 worldwide citation)

An object-oriented document management and production system in which documents are represented as collections of logical components, or "objects", that may be combined and physically mapped onto a page-by-page layout. Stored objects are organized, accessed and manipulated through a database managem ...

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