Check this out. A new storage medium is on the way that definitely could accomodate HD-DVD. This is great news for film fans.
InPhase Technologies, an offshoot of Bell Labs, will be showing the first commercial holographic video recorder at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show on April 8. The device uses the company's Tapestry technology to hold 100GB of data on a single CD-sized write-once disc as a succession of 1.3MB holograms.
That's enough for 20 full-length movies, or 30 minutes of uncompressed high-resolution video: The first product is aimed at professional video editing, effects and archival use, with initial production at the end of 2003 and full manufacturing in 2004.
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