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David A Novais, John R Fredlund: System and method for offering imaging services of a customer and participants at a live entertainment event. Eastman Kodak Company, David A Novais, Roland R Schindler II, Kathleen Neuner Manne, January 22, 2008: US07321387 (26 worldwide citation)

An imaging system and method which enables viewers and/or attendees of entertainment events, such as athletic events or concerts, to order and obtain photographic products that are associated with the event. The system and method offers attendees at the entertainment event a choice of imaging servic ...


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James E Stocks, James W Cannon, Christopher T Mattson: Method and apparatus for magnetic communication via a photographic filmstrip. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, December 10, 2002: US06493514 (26 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for recording metadata elements using a predetermined portion of a photographic filmstrip. The method comprising the steps of recording a primary data field including the entire set of data elements using a first share of the predetermined portion; and recording at least two sec ...


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Cynthia S Bell: System for initialization of an image holder that stores images with associated audio segments. Eastman Kodak Company, Francis H Boos Jr, Roland R Schindler II, November 14, 2000: US06148173 (23 worldwide citation)

An image holder such as a picture album (10) includes a plurality of pages (14) that receive printed images (18). The pages (14) also have markers (20) placed thereon, with each marker corresponding to one of the images. A memory (25) stores audio segments associated with the respective images. A us ...


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Steven M Belz, James E Adams, Kenneth A Parulski: Method and camera system for blurring portions of a verification image to show out of focus areas in a captured archival image. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, May 30, 2006: US07053953 (22 worldwide citation)

In one aspect of the present invention, a method is provided for using a display having a predetermined display resolution to show out of focus areas in an archival image having a greater resolution than the predetermined display resolution. In this method, a verification image sized for presentatio ...


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Carolyn A Zacks, Michael J Telek, Frank Marino, Joseph A Manico, Douglas B Beaudet, Dan Harel: Method and system for establishing a communication network. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, April 11, 2006: US07027836 (22 worldwide citation)

A communication device is provided having a transceiver adapted to send and receive wireless communication signals and a contact surface. A contact circuit is adapted to detect contact of another communication device with said contact surface. A controller is adapted to enable communication only bet ...


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Joel S Lawther, Michael J Telek, Joseph A Manico, John R Fredlund, Timothy J Wood, Geoffrey W Brown: Charging display system. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler, September 7, 2010: US07793121 (21 worldwide citation)

In one aspect, a method is provided for operating a charging display system that is capable of wirelessly charging a rechargeable device positioned on a connector-less charging surface. In accordance with the method, the presence of a chargeable device on the charging surface is detected and the typ ...


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Ravi Sharma, Michael E Meichle, Gilbert A Hawkins, Omid Moghadam, John A Quenin: Self-cleaning ink jet printer and print head with cleaning fluid flow system. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, December 24, 2002: US06497472 (21 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment of the present invention, a print head comprises a print head body defining an interior chamber and an orifice plate. The orifice plate has an outer surface and further defines a cleaning fluid orifice through the orifice plate for conducting a flow of a cleaning fluid th ...


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Elena A Fedorovskaya, Serguei Endrikhovski, Tomasz A Matraszek, Kenneth A Parulski, Carolyn A Zacks, Karen M Taxier, Michael J Telek, Frank Marino, Dan Harel: Imaging method and system. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler, August 26, 2008: US07418116 (20 worldwide citation)

Methods for determining affective information are provided as are imaging systems that determine affective information. In accordance with one method, affective signals are obtained containing facial characteristics and physiological characteristics of a person. The facial characteristics are analyz ...


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Charles F Faisst Jr, Ravi Sharma, Todd R Griffin: Ink jet printer with cleaning mechanism and method of assembling same. Eastman Kodak Company, Walter S Stevens, Roland R Schindler II, February 19, 2002: US06347858 (19 worldwide citation)

An ink jet printer with cleaning mechanism, and method of assembling same. The printer comprises a print head having a surface thereon surrounding a plurality of ink ejection orifices. The orifices are in communication with respective ones of a plurality of ink channels formed in the print head. A v ...


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Kenneth A Parulski, Stephen G Malloy Desormeaux: Revised recapture camera and method. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler, Peyton C Watkins, November 10, 2009: US07616248 (18 worldwide citation)

In a camera and method, a scene is captured as an archival image, with the camera set in an initial capture configuration. Then, a plurality of parameters of the scene are evaluated. The parameters are matched to one or more of a plurality of suggested capture configurations to define a suggestion s ...