Ricoh restores and returns lost photos to tsunami victims

Ricoh lost picturesThe Save the Memory Project is a project sponsored by Ricoh working to return damaged photos to the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011. With the help of Ricoh products and software more than 400,000 photos which were found in the area by volunteers are being digitalised, restored and catalogued. More than 500 volunteers have already given back 100,000 photos to their rightful owners. Read more about this special project via this link.


 

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