Kodak Digs Through Your Old Photos, Finds One of You In Your Diapers

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Kodak, fast fading in the hardware space, has decided to innovate on the software side. Their software, temporarily called "Scan the World," can scan old photos and organize them based on paper gauge, handwritten and printed annotations, and "scene" and facial recognition.

The scanning will probably take place at Kodak kiosks using repurposed check-scanning machines which can test paper types and various other factors as they suck in your old pictures.

In addition, they also plan to add GPS functionality to their EasyShare V610 with Bluetooth.


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