Kodak Monthly Tech Brief: Chemical Engineering for Better Output
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--Nov. 26, 2001--Eastman Kodak Company's Monthly Tech Brief for November demonstrates how advances in technology are improving the capture and output of images - from reducing radiation in the dentist's chair to creating brighter prints and displays for consumers and professionals.
MIST: Patented Technology that Brings Better Prints to Market Faster
In this digital age, one constant remains: People want prints of their pictures. Applying the latest in chemical engineering, Kodak is developing better output products faster than ever. Within the last several years, Kodak has used its patented MIST (modular imaging support technology) to deliver several unprecedented leaps in output media: DuraLife paper for consumers, Kodak Professional color metallic papers and day/night digital display materials. The patented MIST process has also reduced product development cycle time by more than 75%. To learn more about MIST, click here: http://www.kodak.com/go/research.
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