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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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Daniel D Haas, William E Moore, Timothy J Tredwell: Digital film grain. Eastman Kodak Company, Nelson Adrian Blish, March 21, 2006: US07015479 (36 worldwide citation)

A digital film grain (20) comprises a phototransistor (40) which produces an electrical signal having a strength which is related to an input radiation flux. A transponder receives commands and power from a base station (80) and transmits information quantifying the radiation observed by that digita ...


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Daniel D Haas, Thomas A Mackin, Kurt M Sanger, Sanwal P Sarraf: Interleaving thermal printing with discontiguous dye-transfer tracks on an individual multiple-source printhead pass. Eastman Kodak Company, Nelson Adrian Blish, Staas & Halsey, September 15, 1998: US05808655 (25 worldwide citation)

A multiple-source array for use in thermal printing uses source interleaving to avoid overlapping of the dye-transfer tracks upon the donor material in a single pass. This prevents the formation of artifacts in the image because of thermal interaction among either the sources or printing spots. This ...


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Daniel D Haas: Method of scanning. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, February 13, 1990: US04900130 (22 worldwide citation)

A method of scanning is disclosed in which an array of light sources is used to record an image on a light-sensitive recording medium. Each of the light sources is modulated in accordance with an information signal. Multiple passes of the array are made relative to the recording medium, and a set of ...


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Daniel D Haas: Method for calibrating a reflectometer containing black and white references displaced from the sample position. Eastman Kodak Company, Dana M Schmidt, January 28, 1986: US04566798 (19 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for calibrating a reflectometer using black and white references observed in locations optically different from the sample location. Dark and light standards are selected to have reflectance values, while examined in the detection location of the test elements, that are within ...


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Thomas A Mackin, Daniel D Haas, Kurt M Sanger: Printhead having data channels with revisable addresses for interleaving scan lines. Eastman Kodak Company, Nelson Adrian Blish, March 3, 1998: US05724086 (15 worldwide citation)

A multiple-source array for use in thermal printing uses source interleaving to avoid overlapping of the dye-transfer tracks upon the donor material in a single pass. The array includes independently addressable printing element data channels and a data distributor allowing interleaving to be accomp ...


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Daniel D Haas: Thermal printing system. Eastman Kodak Company, Dennis R Arndt, February 14, 1995: US05389959 (9 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a thermal printer system having a multiple channel laser print head which focuses closely spaced spots of laser light energy onto a dye donor element which moves at constant velocity relatively past the print head. These laser light spots respectively print multiple lines of an im ...


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William J Staudenmayer, Daniel D Haas: Fuser having thermoelectric temperature control. Eastman Kodak Company, Lawrence P Kessler, September 22, 1998: US05812906 (8 worldwide citation)

A fuser for fixing toner, for example, toner images, includes thermoelectric control devices for controlling temperature. Preferably, the thermoelectric control devices are used to heat the toner in a heating zone and cool the toner in a cooling zone prior to separation of the toner from a fusing su ...


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David B Kay, Mitchell S Burberry, Andrea S Rivers, Michael L Boroson, Lee W Tutt, Giana M Phelan, Daniel D Haas, Kelvin Nguyen, Bradley A Phillips: Linear laser light beam for making OLEDS. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, November 6, 2007: US07291365 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of transferring organic material from a donor element to a substrate includes providing a radiation source; and selecting the power of the radiation applied to the donor element by the radiation source to cause the transfer of organic material to the substrate wherein the time that one or m ...


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Daniel D Haas, Sanwal P Sarraf: Combined pulse-width and amplitude modulation of exposing laser beam for thermal dye transfer. Eastman Kodak Company, Nelson Adrian Blish, David A Novais, February 23, 1999: US05874981 (2 worldwide citation)

A laser thermal system that uses a dye donor produces a desired relationship of exposure to density by modifying the input current waveform supplied to the exposure source. The modification is a combination of amplitude modulation and pulse width modulation in an imagewise fashion. The efficiency an ...