The amount of film loaded into cameras launched in 20 U.S. spy satellites, during the Cold War. When shot, the film was jettisoned in buckets that plummeted back to earth where an Air Force C-130 plane snagged the bucket with a grappling hook out of the Pacific Ocean and rushed it to be developed.
Imaging has been a part of my entire life.
I remember working with my Daddy in a make-shift darkroom we would rig up in our house on weekends to develop b/w photos when just a kid. Later on, my professional career path had me performing medical imaging of the human body using million dollar cameras.
i/oTrak, has made an art of imaging and managing photographs and documents since 1995. We got our start in scanning documents by first working with medical documents from healthcare facilities throughout the United States. After imaging hundreds of millions of content-sensitive paper documents, i/oTrak formed its E-Z Photo Scan group
Now, as President of i/oTrak, Inc., we continue the art of imaging with our newest business group...E-Z Photo Scan.
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