Japanese scientists create inexpensive organic flash memory

Japanese scientists create inexpensive organic flash memory

Researchers from the University of Tokyo (University of Tokyo) have developed the so-called organic flash memory. Japanese scientists invention is a nonvolatile memory made of organic materials and thus retains the same internal structure as the standard NAND memory, and is capable of achieving the same level of density.

Organic Flash Memory

The level of electrical voltage consumed organic flash memory in the process of erasing and reading previously recorded information may be only 6 volts and 1 respectively. At the same time the number of cycles of erasing and writing data can reach several thousand, indicating that the stability and reliability of innovative development.

Ricoh CX3 camera with a 107-fold zoom finds a cat in the face

Ricoh CX3 camera with a 10.7-fold zoom finds a cat in the face

The company introduced a new Ricoh digital camera 10 megapixel Ricoh CX3, which has a wide angle lens with a 10.7-fold zoom lens (28-300 mm) and compact body thickness 29 mm. CMOS sensor with back illumination and noise reduction function, an algorithm which was first used in the model Ricoh GR Digital III, provides brightness and sharpness even in low light and night shooting. —

Ricoh CX3

The camera CX3 noises are suppressed as soon as the signal enters the matrix, thus preserving high resolution and accurate color reproduction. In addition to this output interpolation algorithm reduces discoloration pixels in high-contrast scenes, achieving realistic frame.