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'Save the Memory' Restores Photographs

Ricoh reunites tsunami victims with family keepsakes.

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Spearheaded by imaging technology supplier Ricoh, the Save the Memory project has returned over 90,000 photographs to their owners after the pictures were washed away in the record-setting earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country in 2011. The initiative’s searchable database holds 418,721 restored and digitized images, some more than a century old.

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