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  • At the same time, Jim happened to be fixed on a newly invented light detector called a charge-coupled device, or CCD, which takes light and turns it into digital information.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • At the same time, Jim happened to be fixed on a newly invented light detector called a charge-coupled device, or CCD, which takes light and turns it into digital information.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • At the same time, Jim happened to be fixed on a newly invented light detector called a charge-coupled device, or CCD, which takes light and turns it into digital information.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • At the same time, Jim happened to be fixed on a newly invented light detector called a charge-coupled device, or CCD, which takes light and turns it into digital information.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • Their charge-coupled device (CCD), as they named it, proved not to have a future in memory storage, but rather gave rise to an explosion in digital imaging, with the first CCD-based video cameras appearing in the early 1970s.

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2009 - Prize Announcement

  • A layer of metal is coated onto a grid of charge-coupled device (CCD) sensor (the same sensors that are used in digital cameras).

    Television

  • Here's a fascinating rumination on the Bitworking site about how much of the promise of RFID tags is being realized by charge-coupled devices (CCDs -- the sensor in your digital camera) instead.

    Boing Boing

  • Bell Labs researchers Willard Boyle (left) and George Smith (right) with the charge-coupled device, which transforms patterns of light into useful digital information and is the basis for many forms of imaging, including camcorders and satellite surveillance.

    George E. Smith - Photo Gallery

  • Bell Labs researchers Willard Boyle (left) and George Smith (right) with the charge-coupled device, which transforms patterns of light into useful digital information and is the basis for many forms of imaging, including camcorders and satellite surveillance.

    Willard S. Boyle - Photo Gallery

  • A layer of metal is coated onto a grid of charge-coupled device (CCD) sensor (the same sensors that are used in digital cameras).

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