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What Not To Do On Digital Signs

What Not To Do On Digital Signs

New to digital signs? If you want to run a successful campaign then there are a few things you should avoid doing. It’s possible to produce an engaging, informative and eye catching advert if you follow a few simple rules. ...

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Philips’ New Digital Photomultipliers

Philips’ New Digital Photomultipliers

Scientists at Philips have developed new fully digital Silicon PhotoMultipliers (SiMPs) that may replace detectors within PET scanners as well as open up possibilities for other ultra-sensitive detectors for DNA sequencing and protein microarrays.   Digital silicon photomultiplier offers faster ...

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Solo ICS Pico Digital Relay System

Solo ICS Pico Digital Relay System

RF Window, a Seoul-based company, has developed Solo – the world’s smallest digital relay, which was showcased earlier this month at CITA Wireless in Las Vegas. Solo is a plug-and-play digital relay which delivers high-quality cellular phone coverage where there ...

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WD Launch First 2TB Hard Drive

WD Launch First 2TB Hard Drive

Western Digital (WD) announced the world’s first two Terabyte (TB) hard drive, which has the highest capacity ever. The device, part of the WD Caviar Green hard drive family, is also said to be environmentally friendly, cool, and quiet. The ...

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Fujifilm 3D Digital Photo Frames

Fujifilm 3D Digital Photo Frames

Fujifilm has developed a new real imaging system which consists of three dimensional (3D) digital cameras, 3D digital photo frames, and 3D printing. The 3D image system boasts advanced image signal processing and micro-component technologies, and so far has been ...

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FotoNation Red 2.0

FotoNation Red 2.0

The California based company FotoNation has developed technology to remove red eyes from photos, called Red 2.0. It can be used in numerous products besides digital cameras, such as photo printers, PDAs, or mobile phones with photographing abilities. Unlike similar ...

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The Differential Analyzer

The Differential Analyzer

In order to better understand and appreciate the advantages of new computation methods it is often useful to take a second look at old computation models and the ideas behind them. Analog computation is a very old method, dating back ...

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NanoArt 2007-2008 Competition

NanoArt 2007-2008 Competition

The NanoArt worldwide contest is an event where art and technology are merged to create artwork based on real chemical and/or physical processes, presented by artists from all over the world. This innovative art discipline is related to nanosculptures – ...

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Sony Blurs the Line Between Video and Stills

Sony Blurs the Line Between Video and Stills

Sony has developed a prototype of a new image sensor, CMOS (or complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensor, which should provide continuous imaging from all pixels at the high frame rate of 60 frames per second. The new high-speed CMOS sensor is ...

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PocketViewer Digital Magnifying Glass

PocketViewer Digital Magnifying Glass

Ever struggle to read the tiny print on a newspaper, map, or worse yet, a legal contract? The New Zealand-based company HumanWare has come out with the perfect solution. Inside a compact (6.5″ x 3.6″ x 1.4″/166 mm x 90 ...

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