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Said to increase productivity in processing multiple transforms
Kodak is making available for licensing by suppliers of operating systems, color hardware devices and color imaging software applications the newly patented mechanism it includes in its Kodak Digital Science color-management products (formerly known as KCMS) for implementing composite image transformations from one color space to another.
On July 11, 1995, Kodak was granted U.S. patent 5,432,906 to cover its composite transformation invention. Its avowedly benign goal is to help promulgate the cause of device-independent color matching (and predictable color rendering across devices, platforms, applications, etc.) …