1 edition of Videodisc Correlarion to Optical Data"s Living Textbook (Glencoe Physical Science) found in the catalog.
Videodisc Correlarion to Optical Data"s Living Textbook (Glencoe Physical Science)
1999 by Glencoe .
Written in English
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HD DVD (1) See also HD DVR. (2) (High Definition DVD) A short-lived, high-capacity optical disc that held four hours of HD video on a single-sided, single-layer 15GB oned by the DVD Forum in , HD DVD gave way to Blu-ray within a few years. Based on the Advanced Optical Disc (AOD) technology from Toshiba and NEC, HD DVD used a blue-violet laser that read pits half the size of a. The technology behind the optical disk is the foundation for similiar formats including CDs and DVDs. David Gregg David Paul Gregg first envisioned the optical disk (or VIDEODISK as he named it) in and patented the technology in and Gregg's company Gauss Electrophysics was acquired by MCA in the early s.
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About this Item: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Hardcover. Condition: Good. Second Edition. There is shelf wear, rubbing, & some smudging on the cloth, with discoloration marking the lower edges of the front cover & spine, a moderate cock to the spine, some edge & corner wear, a few smudges on the text block, yellowed pages, impacted binding, & a stamp left by the original owner on the front.
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The next generation of optical discs. Similar to internal hard-disk drives except they use solid-state memory. Mass storage device widely used for home and small business storage. Technology is ever changing. What was ubiquitous one day can be archaic the next. Cassette drives no longer run software.
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While this lesson covers CD-ROMs and optical discs, the true beginning of computer storage goes all the way back to and the invention of the magnetic tape.Finally inSony demonstrated the erasable and rewritable inch optical disk drive.
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