Recent Examples on the WebIn 1946, when the 40-year-old son of the founder was in his first year running the company, Haloid signed a contract with Carlson for $10,000—a full 10% of the company’s 1945 earnings—to license his electrophotography technology for commercial use.
Gregg Opelka, WSJ, 4 Apr. 2021 According to the Times, she and Lowe plan to use techniques associated with Kirlian photography, or electrophotography, in which images are produced by a high-voltage power source.
Lizzie Plaugic, The Verge, 6 Apr. 2018
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