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An Isolated Invention
Xerography had practically no foundation in previous scientific work. Chet [Carlson] put together a rather odd lot of phenomena, each of which was relatively obscure in itself and none of which had previously been related in anyone’s thinking . The … Continue reading
In the Beginning
In the beginning there was handwriting and it was useful. It was however limited. Rooms of scribes were required to copy even a single manuscript. Books were restricted to the very wealthy and the average person existed in ignorance. Next … Continue reading
Posted in History, Industry Info Tagged beginning, Chester Carlson, photocopier, photocopy, printing press, xerography, Xerox 1 Comment
What Makes a Good Photo?
Xerox’s new Aesthetic Quality Image Search evaluates image quality. The current site uses only test photos, but even with this limitation it provides useful information and example photos which help improve quality. In the future, look for the ability to analyze … Continue reading
Posted in Digital Photos, Software Tagged Aethetic Image Quality, Beach, Birds, Boats, Clouds & Sky, Flowers, Portraits, Waterfalls, Xerox Leave a comment