"Kodak moment," has a clear meaning to me! There used to be Kodak moment signs suggesting picture-taking spots. When families gathered, we arranged ourselves for the best possible "Kodak Moment." I grew up in the days when taking a "pic" meant placing a flash cube atop a box camera. Today, my photos live in the clouds.
Quietly, up on on the Rochester tundra, the company's glory has faded. The layoffs have been mighty. Yet, there are a few hardy souls working with "nanoparticle wonder inks," or sensors that can indicate whether meats or medicines have spoiled. I did a quick Google search and determined that while a full understanding of such particles alludes me, they " have a wide variety of potential applications in biomedical, optical and electronics." Thus, while it's a long shot, with a lot of ingenuity, and a small miracle, there may be a few more moments for Kodak.
TO learn about photos back in the old days