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[filmscanners] Re: Digital ICE

Jack Phipps wrote:
> Hello Bob!
> I checked out your site. It has some great work on it! I'd like to meet
> Sidney some time. I've always been fond of birds.
> ONE patent is US6195161. There are many other patents pending (well over
> 100). I recommend you search on Applied Science Fiction or Albert D. Edgar.
> Al is the inventor of much of our technology, Digital ICE, Digital ROC,
> Digital GEM and Digital PIC our new process for scanning exposed undeveloped
> film.

Of the three ICE, ROC, GEM the GEM is for me the most impressive
module. Several other products can perform tasks similar to ICE,
ROC is questionable in it's functionality on many occasions, but
I saw noone and nobody offering something comparable to GEM in
its ability to remove grain and not to affect the sharpness


> Let me know if I can help further!
> Jack Phipps
> Applied Science Fiction
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Shomler [mailto:bob@shomler.com]
> >Digital ICE is unique (and patent protected) in that it "looks
> >through" the surface defects and identifies the underlying
> >information in the film.
> Jack, would you please post the US patent number(s) covering this
> capability.  That way those of us who are so inclined can go to the Delphion
> site <www.delphion.com> and read the method described in the issued patent
> document.
> --
> Bob Shomler
> http://www.shomler.com/

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