PMA 2002 - February 11, 2002
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Foveon's X3 logo. Courtesy of Foveon Inc. Foveon: New CMOS sensor captures triple the data!
18:35 ET - Will Foveon's X3 CMOS imagers change the face of digital imaging as we know it?

Foveon Inc., a privately held company based in Santa Clara, California, founded by electronics pioneer Dr. Carver Mead (who amongst other things devised a gallium-arsenide transistor and laid down the original design rules for etching microchips) has today made what we consider to be an extremely significant announcement that has the potential to turn the world of digital imaging on its head. The company... (More)

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