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#1 Filip Plesha

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Posted 25 August 2005 - 08:34 PM

don't know if this was discussed here, but this is very promising.

It is a new technology that should be available to anyone in the next few years, at least that is how it is predicted right now.
It is a holographic disc that looks like a regular CD/DVD, only has a different rainbow shine on the data side.

It will be able to store up to 1Tb of imformation on one little CD-size disc.

It could work great for digital cinema. A few such discs, and you can even store uncompressed 2K films, or even 4K. And with compression, entire 4K films would fit on a disc or two.

It has a dark side too.
I can imagine future projectionists bringing their laptops into the booth, and buring cinema quality discs just as you'd burn an audio CD these days. there would be encription of course, but what are codes. Man makes them, man brakes them. Codes can not stop people, just slow them down.
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