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Cynthia S Bell, David L Patton, Stephen J Rowan, Wayne F Niskala, Arthur A Whitfield: Photofinishing system and method for automated advanced services including image and associated audio data processing. Eastman Kodak Company, Francis H Boos Jr, Roland R Schindler II, November 14, 2000: US06147742 (51 worldwide citation)

A photofinishing system for automatically processing image and associated image data pursuant to customer output requests. The system includes an order manager operative to receive and control processing of the output requests and at least one source of image related data corresponding to the output ...


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Richard P Szajewski, Lyn M Irving: Camera using beam splitter with micro-lens image amplification. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, October 5, 2004: US06801719 (51 worldwide citation)

In one aspect, an imaging system is provided. The imaging system has a taking lens unit adapted to focus light from a scene, and a beam splitter receiving light from the scene with a portion of the received light traveling from the beam splitter to a first imaging surface and a portion of the receiv ...


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John A Lebens, Christopher N Delametter, David P Trauernicht: Continuous ink jet printer with micro-valve deflection mechanism and method of controlling same. Eastman Kodak Company, Francis H Boos Jr, Roland R Schindler II, November 5, 2002: US06474795 (51 worldwide citation)

A continuous inkjet printer in which a continuous ink stream is deflected at the printhead nozzle bore without the need for charged deflection plates or tunnels. The printhead includes a primary ink delivery channel which delivers a primary flow of pressurized ink through an ink staging chamber to t ...


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Cynthia S Bell: Image with sound playback apparatus. Eastman Kodak Company, Francis H Boos Jr, Roland R Schindler II, Darby & Darby, May 8, 2001: US06229964 (45 worldwide citation)

An icon reader reads picture identification data from a data icon on an image print. This data is used to determine the location of a corresponding sound bite contained in a memory module and for playing the sound bite. The memory module contains sound bites recorded at the camera during picture tak ...


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Andrew F Kurtz, Kathleen M Costello, Andrew C Blose, John N Border: Personal controls for personal video communications. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, April 17, 2012: US08159519 (43 worldwide citation)

Video communication systems and methods for operating the same are provided with the method determining privacy settings for a video communication event; establishing a video communication link with a video communication system at a remote site; capturing video images of a field of view of at least ...


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Ravi Sharma, Daniel D Haas, Theodore K Ricks: Thermally controlled fluidic self-assembly. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, Justin D Petzuzzelli, December 8, 2009: US07629026 (43 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses are provided for assembling a structure on a support having a pattern of binding sites. In accordance with the method, a first fluid is provided on the surface of the support with the first fluid being of a type that that increases viscosity when heated, the first fluid havin ...


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Werner Fassler, John E Mooney, Marcello D Fiscella, Ravi Sharma: Cleaning orifices in ink jet printing apparatus. Eastman Kodak Company, Walter S Stevens, Roland R Schindler II, August 28, 2001: US06281909 (42 worldwide citation)

An ink jet printer having an ink jet head and defining a structure having a device including a structure defining a plurality of orifices for ejecting ink droplets includes defining an ink cleaning cavity spaced from the printing position for receiving cleaning fluid; a roller disposed in the cleani ...


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Michael E Miller, Cathleen D Cerosaletti, Elena A Fedorovskaya, Edward A Covannon: Method and computer program product for determining an area of importance in an image using eye monitoring information. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, May 16, 2006: US07046924 (38 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for determining an area of importance in an archival image. In accordance with this method, eye information including eye gaze direction information captured during an image capture sequence for the archival image is obtained. An area of importance in the archival image is deter ...


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Michael T Regan, Kenneth A Parulski: Camera and method for composing multi-perspective images. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, Peyton C Watkins, December 16, 2008: US07466336 (34 worldwide citation)

A camera that is adapted to present a preview image is provided. The camera has a trigger adapted to generate a trigger pulse and an image capture system for capturing images of a scene. A viewer is adapted to present one image to a first viewing area and another image to a second viewing area. A co ...


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Michael J Siwinski, Scott C Robinson, Robert W Spurr, Timothy J Tredwell: Printer and method therefor adapted to sense data uniquely associated with a consumable loaded into the printer. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler II, September 6, 2005: US06938976 (34 worldwide citation)

An inkjet printer adapted to sense type of supplied consumable receiver media, inks, printhead, and cleaning fluid. A transponder attached to a consumable is coupled to a memory device capable of storing information characteristic of the consumable. A transceiver is disposed within the inkjet printe ...