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NJIT's Enterprise Development Center (EDC) has given startups an edge since 1988.  Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, this high-tech business incubator housed at NJIT is open to early-stage companies that have, or will have, a proprietary technology as a significant source of revenue. >>
Larry Gardner, chief executive officer of CyberExtruder, presented the second of two donations to the College of Computing Sciences (CCS) at NJIT on April 5, 2005. The donation, given over a one-year period, totaled $10,000. “This donation shows our ongoing support and appreciation of the Capstone Program at NJIT,” said Gardner at the morning ceremony. >>
Two young, innovative technology companies--a software developer and an electronics designer who creates cameras for medical devices--have received  a total of $500,000 in funding from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.  The companies are based in the small business incubator program at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). >>
CyberExtruder, a 3-D biometrics company, has developed a computer software program that will allow cell phone users to pass a cyber baton through their mobile telephones. The baton will feature a 3-D animated photograph of them.   Samsung Electronics Europe will employ the technology in a cell phone relay race running May 17 to July 31, 2004, in tandem with the Summer Olympics in Greece.  Cell phone users in England, Germany, France, Spain, Greece and Italy will have access to the fun. >>
CyberExtruder is on the verge of deploying a technology that can take a single, two-dimensional photograph from multiple angles and create a front-facing, three-dimensional version. >>