We strive to work towards something larger than ourselves and to live a life that provides health and security for our families, for our own family and for future generations. As I travel, listen, and meet people, I am inspired by how much people do for others. There are so many examples…

For example, the effort it takes to scan, transcribe, and index countless historical records....

The Genealogy Center and Vivid-Pix launch new community services at Allen County Public Library

Fort Wayne, IN, October 7, 2022 – The Genealogy Center at Allen County Public Library (ACPL) is world renowned for having the largest genealogy center in a public library in America. Vivid-Pix is world renowned for its photo and document image restoration software, earlier this year launching Memory Station at ACPL. In...

Friendly Senior Living Community Installs Vivid-Pix Memory Station & Storytelling Classes to Improve Lives & Mental Health of Seniors through Photography

Rochester, NY, April 28, 2022 -- The home of Kodak, Rochester, NY, is synonymous with photography. In recognition of this and addressing the needs of their residents, Rochester, NY-based Friendly Senior Living announced today that they have installed the Vivid-Pix Memory Station photo...

Photo Reminiscence Therapy Improves Quality of Life For Dementia Patients

Pilot Study Conducted by
NIDE, CERTUS Institute, Vivid-Pix, Tellegacy, & achi
“Cognitive Benefits of Photo Reminiscence Therapy
for Dementia Patients”

pRT Study at: https://nid.education/nide-publications.html
Press Release: http://www.thomas-pr.com/vividpix/vividpixniderelease.html

February 1, 2022, Orlando, FL -- The National Institute for Dementia Education

40+ Free Workshops Teach How to Keep Photos Safe & Accessible from 
National Disasters and Fading Caused by Light, Heat, & Humidity

Savannah, GA, September 8, 2021 – Vivid-Pix announced today that they have joined the worldwide effort to preserve family memories during September’s “Save Your Photos Month.” 


Do you do windows?

Clean the platen!  That’s the piece of glass that keeps your photo from falling into the guts of the scanner.  Just as if your picture is dirty, dirt on the glass will be reproduced as a defect in your image. 

Even more annoying, it will be in the same spot in all the images you scanned that session. ...

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