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Byline: Andrew Park
Sep. 20--Austin's Applied Science Fiction Inc. will use the backdrop of the Photokina international photo industry exhibition today in Cologne, Germany, to unveil what it says is the first dry film processing technology.
The technology, which won't become commercially available until late next year, takes rolls of exposed but undeveloped film and processes them into digital images that can be saved onto disks or sent over networks. The process uses a nontoxic developing agent but none of the chemicals used in traditional photo processing.
Applied believes its technology is cleaner and faster than traditional systems, developing …