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Inventing Color Image Sensors

Saturday, December 7, 2019, 12 p.m., Curtis Theatre

Retired Kodak scientists Ken Parulski, Peter Dillon, and Albert Brault will discuss their Emmy Award–winning work to create the world’s first single-chip color sensors and cameras.

Members free; included with museum admission. 

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