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Gary Starkweather in his office at Microsoft Research in 2009.
Gary K. Starkweather is an American engineer and inventor.

In 1969, Starkweather invented the laser printer at Xerox's Webster research center. He collaborated on the first fully functional laser printing system at Xerox PARCmarker in 1971.

At Apple Computermarker in the 1990s, Starkweather invented color management technology, and led the development of Colorsync 1.0. Starkweather joined Microsoft Research in 1997, where he works on display technology.

In 2004, he was elected to the United States National Academy of Engineering.

References

  1. Gary K. Starkweather, " Method and apparatus for calibrating and adjusting a color imaging system," U.S. Patent 5694227, Dec. 2, 1997
"Mr. Gary K. Starkweather". National Academy of Engineering Membership Website. http://www.nae.edu/nae/naepub.nsf/Members+By+UNID/C6A9CEEDD8863FAE8625755200622DBE?opendocument

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