Lowry process

Lowry process

[′lau̇·rē ‚prä·səs]
(engineering)
A system for wood preservation which uses atmospheric pressure at the start and then introduces preservative into the wood in a vacuum.
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The Lowry Process for digital restoration incorporates powerful image processing algorithms that have been fine-tuned during film restoration of more than 400 feature films, including classics such as Casablanca and Doctor Zhivago.
Recently restored and re-mastered for the highest quality picture and sound quality via the state-of-the-art Lowry process digital frame-by-frame restoration and featuring special features galore, Bond is primed for Blu-ray Disc with a selection of 007 adventures spanning the storied career of cinema's most recognizable spy.
In development over nine years, and for over 200 feature film restorations, the Lowry Process automatically removes a wide range of image artifacts, controls film grain and video noise, and improves the image detail in moving pictures whether they are pictures that have degraded with age and handling, or are new pictures that need to look even better.