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October 16, 1997

Compact Nikon Coolpix 300

Nikon Coolpix 300
Sortie en 1997, après le Coolpix 100, sortie également en 1997, le Nikon Coolpix 300 est le second appareil photo numérique fabriqué par Nikon.
Liens vers d'autres messages connexes du blog : Anciens Compacts NikonNikon Coolpix 100Nikon Coolpix 600Nikon Coolpix 700Nikon Coolpix 775 - Nikon Coolpix 800Nikon Coolpix 880Nikon Coolpix 885Nikon Coolpix 900Nikon Coolpix 950 - Nikon Coolpix 990Nikon Coolpix 995Nikon Coolpix 2000Nikon Coolpix 2100Nikon Coolpix 2500Nikon Coolpix 3100Nikon Coolpix 3500 - Nikon Coolpix 3700 - Nikon Coolpix 4300Nikon Coolpix 4500 - Nikon Coolpix 5000Nikon Coolpix 5400Nikon Coolpix 5700 - Nikon Coolpix SQ

Compact numérique Nikon Coolpix 100

Nikon Coolpix 100
Sortie en 1997, c'est le premier appareil photo compact numérique Nikon. Il ouvre la longue série des COOLPIX. Avant le Coolpix 100, Nikon avait produit des appareils numériques mais ceux-ci n'étaient pas des compacts.
Liens [A VENIR] vers d'autres messages connexes du blog [INACTIFS POUR L' INSTANT] : Anciens Compacts NikonNikon Coolpix 300 --- Nikon Coolpix 600 --- Nikon Coolpix 700 --- Nikon Coolpix 775 --- Nikon Coolpix 800 --- Nikon Coolpix 880 --- Nikon Coolpix 885 --- Nikon Coolpix 900 --- Nikon Coolpix 950 --- Nikon Coolpix 990 --- Nikon Coolpix 995 --- Nikon Coolpix 2000 --- Nikon Coolpix 2100 --- Nikon Coolpix 2500 --- Nikon Coolpix 3100 --- Nikon Coolpix 3500 --- Nikon Coolpix 3700 --- Nikon Coolpix 4300 --- Nikon Coolpix 4500 --- Nikon Coolpix 5000 --- Nikon Coolpix 5400 --- Nikon Coolpix 5700 --- Nikon Coolpix SQ
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October 13, 1997

Epson and Software 2000 Renew Agreement

It was announced today that SEIKO Epson Corporation (Suwa, Nagano, Japan) and Software 2000 International (Oxford, England) have formally renewed their long-term collaborative development partnership as part of a new two year agreement. The companies have worked together on printer drivers for Windows since the launch of the Epson Stylus Color in Spring 1994 and this ongoing relationship has continued to the present day.
The initial results of this partnership can be seen today throughout the Epson Stylus product range, and particularly in printer models such as the Epson Stylus Color 400/600/800 and the Epson Stylus Photo Printer.
Software 2000 specializes in the development of driver technology for DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows 95/98, Windows NT and OS/2 on behalf of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) throughout the world. In just seven years, Software 2000 has grown into a multi-million dollar company with offices in Monterey, California and Oxford, England. The company is the largest 3rd party developer of printer drivers in the world.
Wanafoto : Software 2000 change its name. The company's name is now Sofware Imaging

October 5, 1997

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing 830 Sackler Museum

A new wall drawing by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt (b. 1928), Wall Drawing #830: Four Isometric Figures with Color Ink Washes Superimposed, has been installed in the Arthur M. Sackler Museum's lobby – Harvard University Art Museums. Comprising four large-scale geometric shapes on fields of primary colors, the drawing dramatically amplifies and animates the Sackler's double-height entry space. The project was organized by James Cuno, director of the Art Museums, to create a friendlier, more inviting space for visitors, while at the same time giving the public easy access to a major work by one of our generation's premier draftsmen.

Sol LeWitt has been a dominating influence in contemporary art for several decades. His wall drawings have been installed in major museums worldwide. Although his work emphasizes conception rather than implementation, the final product is always visually pleasing.

"This is a beautiful work of art in its own right, but all the more beautiful for how it transforms and enhances the lobby of the Sackler Museum," said James Cuno. "We believe it demonstrates our commitment to working with contemporary artists and to offering our public new, exciting, and easily accessible aesthetic experiences. Anyone walking down Quincy Street or Broadway can now take refuge in the midst of a great work of art."

The installation of Wall Drawing #830 was led by Anthony Sansotta, who has worked with LeWitt for nineteen years, with the help of other assistants to LeWitt, local students and artists and staff at the Art Museums. The project was supported by the Contemporary Art Sub-Committee of the Art Museums Collections Committee, led by Gabriella de Ferrari and Bruce Beal.

The museum is located at 485 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts.