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Ching Wan Tang, Biay Cheng Hseih: TFT-el display panel using organic electroluminescent media. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, November 4, 1997: US05684365 (489 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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Ching W Tang, Biay C Hseih: Method of fabricating a TFT-EL pixel. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, August 27, 1996: US05550066 (289 worldwide citation)

A method of making a 4-terminal active matrix electroluminescent device that utilizes an organic material as the electroluminescent medium is described. In this method, thin film transistors are formed from polycrystalline silicon at a temperature sufficiently low such that a low temperature, silica ...


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Ching W Tang, Jon E Littman: Organic electroluminescent multicolor image display device. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, March 15, 1994: US05294869 (249 worldwide citation)

A multicolor image display device includes an array consisting of a plurality of light emitting pixels arranged in two intersecting sets of parallel files, the pixels in a first set of parallel files forming columns and the pixels in a second set of parallel files forming rows on a common electrical ...


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Paul J Benati, Robert T Gray, Patrick A Cosgrove: Automated detection and correction of eye color defects due to flash illumination. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, May 5, 1998: US05748764 (240 worldwide citation)

A method of determining and correcting for eye color defects in an image due to flash illumination includes determining whether an eye color defect group candidate corresponds to a defective eye base based on group shape, coloration and brightness.


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Paul J Benati, Robert T Gray, Patrick A Cosgrove: Automated detection and correction of eye color defects due to flash illumination. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, July 11, 1995: US05432863 (207 worldwide citation)

A method of determining and correcting for eye color defects in an image due to flash illumination includes determining whether an eye color defect group candidate corresponds to a defective eye base based on group shape, coloration and brightness.


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Stanley W Stephenson: Electronic camera and integral ink jet printer. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, May 26, 1998: US05757388 (203 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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James E Adams Jr, John F Hamilton Jr: Adaptive color plane interpolation in single sensor color electronic camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, July 29, 1997: US05652621 (194 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is described for processing a digitized image signal obtained from an image sensor having color photosites aligned in rows and columns that generate at least three separate color values but only one color value for each photosite location, and a structure for interpolating color values for ...


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Dustin Winters: Drive circuitry for four-color organic light-emitting device. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, August 3, 2004: US06771028 (189 worldwide citation)

A four-color organic light-emitting device having pixels which emit light includes a substrate; pixels arranged in rows and columns and each pixel including groups of four subpixels disposed over the substrate and wherein each subpixel includes spaced apart first and second electrodes; and organic E ...


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Dale F McIntyre, Loretta E Allen: Insertable cartridge for digital camera with ink jet printer. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, November 21, 2000: US06149256 (176 worldwide citation)

An insertable cartridge for insertion into a device such as digital camera with such device having an ink jet printer including a housing for receiving a plurality of receivers each of which is adapted to receive ink from the ink jet printer; a plurality of reservoirs mounted in the housing and each ...


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Jianmin Shi, Ching Wan Tang, Chin Hsin Chen: Blue organic electroluminescent devices. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, July 8, 1997: US05645948 (160 worldwide citation)

An organic EL device, comprising an anode and a cathode, and at least one organic luminescent medium containing a compound of benzazoles of the formula: ##STR1## wherein: n is an integer of from 3 to 8;



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