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LightCrafts CEO Dean Tucker calls his company's LightZone the "biggest breakthrough in photo editing software since PhotoShop was first introduced." I'll wait for the reviews from photo editors to see if his claim holds water. A Mac version is due next month, and Windows and Linux early next year. Tucker said that LightZone recognizes and segments the digital negative, and then displays the shapes, light and color values. A ZoneMapper feature controls light and tonal.
Kate Purmal, CEO of U3, holds one of the USB flash drives with the U3 'smart drive' technology, which allows users to securely load their personal workspace onto any Windows system.
Not exaclty high tech, but designed completely on digital systems, IMMI showed a child safety car seat that is a big improvement over the current models, company officials said. The seat installs with a simple click, has a five-point harness system and a one-touch adjustment for headrest, harness and buckle strap. The seat also has an aircraft aluminum frame and smart-core foam.