Oops, looks like I'll be spending yet more money pretty soon then
(on page 10 of "digital video made easy" issue 14) more info on
...I won't type it all out but here's a summary.
Inphase technologies is developing a new type of holographic disc that can store 200GB!! it uses 2 lasers instead of one to read the data. the point where they intersect is where it is read so the disc has storage in many layers instead of just one. It can transfer up to 20 mb per sec...
sounds good. any opinions?
That is really neat...I bet itll be uber expensive
I think ill just wait for the blue light dvd
2.6b at 3.3
1 gig of OCZ Platinum Limited Edition PC3200(2-2-2)
Seagate 80gb sata
SP-94 with Tornado
Panasonic GS200 on its way with:
3 DV Tapes, Tripod, Bag, Telephoto Lens, Lens Cleaning Kit
20mb/sec transfer rates? i'll pass
i think it uses the same sort of idea as the blue dvd
love your timing Pieguy, posting this less than four hours before the next issue is on saleOriginally Posted by Pieguy
As i recall, the theme for the new issue is weddings. Might be worth a read if anyone is heading off to a wedding in the near future.
wow, who needs a nig fat hard drive when youve got a holographic disc? i think this would be a really good invention in about.... 5 years? i dont know though, it will be super expensive, and as im saving for a VX2100 right now i couldnt do that
Frank Sinatra - \"Thats Life, Biatch\"
it says in the mag out in 2 years...