JERUSALEM, Israel., January 1, 2013 - MegaVision’s multi-year Dead Sea Scroll project passes a significant milestone with the announcement by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Google that public access to the multi-spectral images captured by MegaVision’s EV system is now available.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct. 1 - MegaVision is pleased to recognize the participation of digital imaging associates in the upcoming symposium, Eikonopoiia, which will take place in Finland later this month.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Sept. 13 - MegaVision is pleased to announce the E7 digital camera back. Based on Kodak's 4-tap, 50 Megapixel KAF-50100 CCD, the E7 features sustained captures of 50 Mpixel images at about 1.2 seconds per frame via a Camera Link or Gigabit Ethernet interface to the host computer.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 13 -- Digital photography pioneer MegaVision Inc. will unveil its new multispectral imaging system this September at Photokina, the world's largest trade show for photography and imaging.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 27 - MegaVision Inc. announced that it will participate this week in the imaging of a fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 1 -- MegaVision announced today that company President Ken Boydston traveled to Dresden, Germany, in June of this year, for the imaging of Les Esches d'Amour (The Chess of Love)--a 14th-century manuscript of a Middle French poem--at the Saxton State University Library. A team of imaging scientists used a digital camera system devised by MegaVision to digitally capture the text of the badly damaged medieval manuscript text.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., June 23 - MegaVision Inc. announced involvement in the imaging of David Livingstone material at the National Library of Scotland.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., March 1 - MegaVision announced today that its three-pass color wheel has been thoroughly updated for use on the E Series monochrome camera backs.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb. 23 - MegaVision President Ken Boydston announced today that he will assist a team of imaging scientists as Camera Engineer as they digitally image the Syriac Medical Palimpsest this month at the request of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. The imaging is taking place at the Walters Art Museum and is part of an ongoing project to digitize manuscripts and make them available online.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb.18 -- MegaVision Inc. announced today that it hosted a film crew from National Geographic at the MegaVision offices where imaging of the Qeiyafa Ostracon had taken place. The ostracon, a pottery shard inscribed with writing, was discovered at the site of the Khirbet Qeiyafa Archeological Project in July 2008 in an area known as the Elah Fortress, in Israel. The ostracon was dated to the time of King David, approximately 3,000 years ago. The film crew was preparing footage to be used in an upcoming National Geographic Special exploring recent discoveries of the Middle Kingdom years in the Middle East.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct. 2009 - MegaVision today announced the use of its multi-spectral technique to image petroglyphs--or rock art--in the canyons of Utah.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., January 2009 -- MegaVision president Ken Boydston traveled to Washington, D.C. in January 2009 to assist the Library of Congress and a team of imaging scientists image another 'Top Treasure of the Library', using a MegaVision camera and multispectral LED lighting. The January objective was to photograph the Gettysburg Address, which was delivered in 1863 and which has become one of the most famous and quoted speeches in American history.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., November 24 -- MegaVision Inc. announced that it was the site for today's multi-spectral imaging of the Qeiyafa Ostracon. The ostracon (a pottery shard inscribed with ink writing) was brought to MegaVision by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) and Dr. Greg Bearman.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 25 - MegaVision Inc. announced today the formation of Insight Diagnostics, Inc. a diagnostic services company that will offer health care providers convenient, customizable options for assessing and managing diabetic eye disease.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Nov. 2007 -- staff at the Library of Congress used a MegaVision camera system to image "America's birth certificate."
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., November 2007 -- MegaVision's cameras, together with multispectral LED lighting, enable researchers to uncover text without destroying the original documents, and their experience in the digital imaging of rare and one-of-a- kind objects have made the company a sought-after resource in the field of archival and forensic photography.