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FotoNation Unveils FaceTime Technology

FotoNation yesterday announced the “FaceTime,” technology that will help in capturing self-portraits when using digital cameras or camera phones.

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FotoNation yesterday announced the "FaceTime," technology that will help in capturing self-portraits when using digital cameras or camera phones. FaceTime will debut at the 2008 Photo Marketing Association (PMA) trade show in Las Vegas. The technology is offered as an add-on module to the FotoNation FaceTracker™ technology and is available for immediate licensing.

"Sooner or later, every photographer wants to be part of a photo they are composing; and until now, it has always been a cumbersome effort. We believe that FaceTime is the first new technology that brings a pragmatic solution to self-portraits," said Eran Steinberg, CEO of FotoNation, Inc.

For more information, see www.fotonation.com.

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