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image processing

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(Computer Science) the manipulation or modification of a digitized image, esp in order to enhance its quality
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画像処理
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The NI-9065 is part of Nethra's family of image processors designed for compact video processing devices.
National Semiconductor Corporation today introduced the first three members of a new line of real-time digital image processors that dramatically improve video quality for imaging systems.
Nethra's first generation product, the NI-2060/61, is part of the NI-20xx family of image processors for compact consumer electronic devices where print quality image capturing is a requirement.
Under the new arrangement, the 11,000-square-foot facility has the initial annual capacity to manufacture more than 1,000 Photonic Stimulators, 100 Thermal Image Processors, and pending FDA approval, more than 100 BCS 2100(TM) breast cancer detection systems.
Coupled with advanced image enhancement algorithms in a low-power, low-latency architecture, Gennum's solutions comprise the most advanced single-chip image processors on the market today.
COLOGNE, Germany -- muvee, the pioneer and leader in Instant Personal Video, has collaborated with NuCORE Technology, a developer of leading edge digital image processors, to deliver the first proof-of-concept of its automatic multimedia slideshow creation technology embedded in a CE device.
By designing and manufacturing our own lenses, CMOS image sensors (found on the company's digital SLRs) and image processors, we can control both image quality and cost -- ultimately providing consumers with the best digital imaging options.
TAK Imaging, a leading provider of image processors and solutions for the consumer photo printer market, today announced the availability of a wireless Bluetooth image file transfer and printing solution for the company's flagship TAK S1 and TAK S1R printer controllers.
The Company's broad technology portfolio includes: Raster Image Processors that convert text and images into printable form; software for document conversion and manipulation; and, components for digital workflows and color management.
The most powerful image processors in its class, the highly integrated SIP-2290 and NDX-2240 (code named Puma and Hayabusa, respectively) deliver the highest image quality, richest feature set and best performance in the market today at a price well suited to the demanding consumer electronics industry.

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