(redirected from Kodak Picture Maker)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
KPMKettle Popcorn Maker (various companies)
KPMKeystrokes per Minute
KPMKronig Penney Model (physics)
KPMKey Performance Measures
KPMKönigliche Porzellan Manufaktur (German saxonian porcelain factory)
KPMKills Per Minute (gaming)
KPMKappa per Minute (gaming)
KPMKawasaki Precision Machinery (manufacturing)
KPMKnowledge and Project Management (symposium)
KPMKodak Picture Maker
KPMKonzern Problem Mangament (German: Group Problem Management)
KPMKey Product Management (various companies)
KPMKasai Press Molding (autombiles)
KPMKyocera Print Monitor
References in periodicals archive ?
Kodak Picture Maker digital stations, which are in the majority of the retailer's outlets, are equipped to allow consumers to make prints from digital cameras as well as from cell phones.
The circular also promoted two sheets from Kodak Picture Maker kiosks for $10.
"This is another way you can compete with every drugstore in the world that has a Kodak Picture Maker, or a Fuji Aladdin, or something that is basically an input device for your existing media."
CVS recently launched "Pictures from your Digital Camera" from Kodak Picture Maker kiosks, enabling customers to produce photo-quality prints from digital media, including camera cards, CDs and discs.
The drug chain announced plans last month to introduce mobile image printing capabilities at the Kodak Picture Maker kiosks in its 4,100 stores across the country.
At the new Kodak Picture Maker Digital Station customers will insert their digital media card and use a touch screen to preview and select only the photos they want to print, choose sizes and quantities, and make image enhancements, such as red-eye reduction.
in a number of different markets, CVS is rolling out Kodak Picture Maker Digital Stations in more than 3,000 stores.
Prints can be created at home using a printer and Kodak ink-jet papers, on the web with an on-line printing service and at stores with a Kodak Picture Maker touch-screen digital kiosk.
is introducing the Kodak Picture Maker digital station, for example, which is designed to allow consumers to easily and quickly make 4-inch-by-6-inch prints of digital camera images.
"We have over 18,000 one-hour labs under the Qualex OSP program and innovative services to make prints easily from digital cameras through such means as the Kodak Picture Maker, Kodak's Ofoto web site for Internet ordering of prints and a full array of ink jet photo papers for home printing."
Orders are sent directly to customers' homes or to the store nearest them; in addition, consumers can bring flash cards from their digital cameras and use the Kodak Picture Maker in the store to make prints or enlargements."
That includes new products, such as the Kodak Picture Maker for in-store prints from digital cameras, digital one-hour labs and web site connectivity to Kodak for upload of digital files to have standard prints made.
Full browser ?