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X-Rite, Incorporated engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and support of hardware, software, and services that measure, communicate, and simulate color worldwide. The company offers colorimeters, spectrophotometers, densitometers, spectrodensitometers, and sensitometers. It offers its products to the graphic arts, retail, and industrial markets. The company's graphic arts product lines provides color-calibrated instruments, digital palettes, and output measurement devices, which support color communication for the printing and preprinting process; and automated scanning systems for color data collection. The Industrial products include instrumentation to measure color for formulation, quality, and process control for paint, plastics, and textiles. The retail products include paint matching systems and home decor product lines to paint retailers. X-Rite also produces light measurement systems and accessories, uniform light sources, diffuse reflectance materials, and reflectance standards; integrated spheres and systems, and instruments for electro-optical test and measurement applications; instrumentation designed for use in controlling variables in the processing of x-ray film; and restorative tooth shade matching instruments and complementary software packages that are designed for use in cosmetic dental practices. In addition, the company provides software packages that enable users to collect and store color measurement data, compare that data to established standards, and communicate color results and formulate colors from a database. X-Rite was organized in 1958 and is headquartered in Grandville, Michigan.


Ballantyne of Omaha, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and distribution of commercial motion picture equipment, lighting systems, and restaurant equipment. The company operates in three segments: Theatre, Lighting, and Restaurant. The Theatre segment offers commercial motion picture projection equipment that consists of 35mm and 70mm motion picture projectors; combination 35/70mm projectors; xenon lamphouses and power supplies; a console system combining a lamphouse and power supply into a single cabinet; soundhead reproducers; and related products. It also provides film handling equipment, sound systems, lenses, xenon lamps, replacement products, and special venue products. The Lighting Products segment offers long-range follow spotlights, searchlights, and computer-based lighting systems for the motion picture production, television, live entertainment, theme park, and architectural industries. The Restaurant Products segment provides food service equipment that consists of fryers, exhaust hoods, and smoker/slow cook ovens. The company markets and sells its products through a network of domestic and international dealers to movie exhibition companies, sports arenas, auditoriums, amusement parks, and special venues. Ballantyne of Omaha offers its products in the United States, South America, Europe, Canada, Mexico, and China. The company was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.


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Eastman Kodak Company engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of traditional and digital imaging products, services, and solutions for the entertainment industry, professionals, healthcare providers, and other customers worldwide. It operates in four segments: Digital and Film Imaging Systems, Health, Commercial Imaging, and Graphic Communications. The Digital and Film Imaging Systems segment offers films, photographic papers, processing services, photofinishing equipment, photographic chemicals, and cameras. It also offers kiosks, printer docks, consumer digital services, and inkjet media. In addition, this segment offers prints; private online image storage, sharing, and editing; and creative tools, frames, cards, photo calendars, and other merchandise. The Health segment offers products and services that enable healthcare customers to capture, process, integrate, archive, and display images and information. Its products include analog medical films, chemicals, and processing equipment. It also offers digital medical imaging and information products, which include laser imagers, digital print films, computed and digital radiography systems, and healthcare information systems. In addition, the Health segment provides molecular imaging for the biotechnology research market. The Commercial Imaging segment provides production document scanners; micrographic peripherals; aerial, industrial, and micrographic films; and optics and optical systems. The Graphic Communications segment offers continuous inkjet printing systems, digital on-demand color and monochrome printing equipment, wide-format inkjet printers, inks, media, and services. Kodak also provides complimentary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor devices and organic light emitting diode displays; nonrechargeable, rechargeable, and photoelectronic batteries; and software used to organize, print, and share digital pictures. The company was formed in 1880 and is based in Rochester, New York.


IKONICS Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of light sensitive liquid coatings and films, as well as distribution of ink jet receptive films for commercial and industrial applications. It also markets ancillary chemicals, equipment, and other consumables. The company's products serve the screen printing and abrasive etching markets. Its products are used to create stencil images. The abrasive etching products are used by consumers to create architectural glass, art pieces and awards, and in various industrial applications. The company also sells ink jet receptive films used for the creation of photopositives and photonegatives. IKONICS sells its products through distributors and its sales force principally in the United States. In addition, the company sells its products in western Europe, Latin America, Asia, and other parts of the world. The company was incorporated as Chroma-Glo, Inc. in 1952 and changed its name to The Chromaline Corporation in 1982. Further, it changed its name to IKONICS Corporation in December 2002. ICONICS is headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota.


IMAX Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiaries operate as an entertainment technology company. The company designs, manufactures, sells, and leases projection systems based on proprietary and patented technology for large-format; 15-perforation film frame; 70mm format theaters, including commercial theaters, museums, and science centers; and destination entertainment sites. Its theater systems include projection equipment, sound systems, screens, theater automation control systems, and film handling equipment. In addition, the company designs and manufactures high-end sound systems, as well as produces and distributes films for IMAX theaters. Certain of IMAX theaters are operated by third parties under lease agreements with the company. It also engages in the production, post-production, digital re-mastering, and distribution of 15/70-format films; operation of IMAX theaters; and other operations in support of IMAX theaters and the IMAX theater network. As of June 30, 2005, there were 259 theatres operating in approximately 36 countries. Its institutional customers include science and natural history museums, zoos, aquaria, and other educational and cultural centers worldwide. The company leases its systems to theme parks, tourist destination sites, fairs, and expositions. IMAX markets its theater systems through direct sales force and marketing staff in the United States, Canada, Europe, Singapore, Japan, and China. The company was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Mississauga, Canada.


Canon, Inc. manufactures plain paper copying machines, digital multifunction devices, laser beam printers, bubble jet printers, cameras, and steppers. It operates in three segments: Business Machines, Cameras, and Optical and Other Products. The Business Machines segment comprises three subgroups: office imaging products, computer peripherals, and business information products. Office imaging products group includes office network digital multifunction devices (MFDs), color network digital MFDs, office copying machines, personal-use copying machines, and full-color copying machines. Computer peripherals product group comprises laser beam printers, inkjet printers, inkjet multifunction peripherals, and image scanners. Business information products group consists of micrographic equipment, personal computers, calculators, document scanners, and workstations. The Camera segment includes single lens reflex cameras, compact cameras, digital cameras, and digital video camcorders. The Optical and Other Products segment offers steppers for semiconductor chip production, mirror projection mask aligners used in the production of liquid crystal displays, television broadcasting lenses, and medical equipment. The company offers its products in Japan, the United States, Germany, France, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Korea. Canon was founded in 1937 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.


Concord Camera Corp. engages in the design, development, manufacture, outsource, and sale of image capture products in the Peoples Republic of China. Its products include single-use, digital, and 35 mm traditional film cameras. The company's single-use cameras include outdoor, flash, auto-wind, and underwater models. Concord's digital cameras consist of complementary metal-oxide semiconductor and charge-coupled device imager-based digital cameras ranging from video graphics array resolution up to and including 8 mega pixels. It sells its cameras under the brands Concord, Keystone, EasyShot, Le Clic, Fun Shooter, Polaroid, and Jenoptik. The company sells its products through its sales personnel, third-party distributors, and independent sales representatives worldwide. Concord was incorporated in 1982 and is headquartered in Hollywood, Florida.