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    Blue Ray

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    Blue Ray 1: A little science first 2: Blue? 3: The history of CD 4: The consortium 5: Why Blu-ray? 6: Store! 7: Get RID of it 8: The recording technology 9: Groovy! 10: Land Ho! 11: Those who not like it 12: MPEG 13: Basic Blu-ray Disc Characteristics 14: Main Specifications 15: Conclusion 1:A little science first As we all know, CD players and recorders read and write the CD’s with the aid of a laser. Laser is short for: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

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    Redbox SWOT Analyisis

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    or more. Expand outside of the U.S., Puerto Rico and United Kingdom (where technology is moving at a slower pace and people are not as familiar with Netflix or VOD). References Blu-ray discs: 'We're not dead yet'. (n.d.). Retrieved April 13, 2014, from http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2013/05/blu-ray-discs-we-re-not-dead-yet/index.htm DEG Releases Year-End 2013 Home Entertainment Report - DEG. (n.d.). Retrieved April 12, 2014, from http://www.degonline.org/news-releases/deg-news/deg-releases-year-end-2013-home-entertainment-report/

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    Redbox Kiosks and Streaming Technology

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    The Arrival Of Blu-Ray Technology

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    Formatting Problems The Arrival of Blu-ray Technology Blu-ray- also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a next-generation optical disc format which was jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), a group of the world's leading consumer electronics, personal computer and media manufacturers (including Apple, Dell, Hitachi, HP, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Pioneer, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, TDK and Thomson). As compared to the current optical disc format such as DVD, this new

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    dvd

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    understanding of optics has allowed for the invention of optical discs and optical storage. This was first seen 1958 and was primarily used to store video and audio files. It wasn't until 1982 when the Compact Disc, commonly known as CD, became commercially available, and the technology gained popularity. Over the next 20 years, there would be a storage format rivalry between the now-obsolete analog cassette (VHS) and the superior optical disc. The optical disc's greater storage capacity, smaller size

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    The Blu.Ray Media Player

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    Have you ever owned a Blu-ray player? There are many characteristics that make the Blu-ray player the best choice for a home entertainment system today. People were interviewed, and the majority of them said that they enjoy using the Blu-ray player because of its high quality audio and video. Kevin Pratt of the Lexus College (a college that teaches its students about Lexus cars) says that Lexus chose Blu-ray as their entertainment system because it’s the best system available. He said,“...They naturally

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    Optical disc storage Optical storage application is one of the most prominent one in the race of memory application. Several standards of optical storage disc are available today: CD, DVD (read only storage), CD-R, DVD-R (write once storage), CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM (write and erase). Due to the demand for storage capacity, novel concepts for low-cost, high-speed and high-density data storage are developed. To full fill the demands, new standards are currently emerging with the Blu-Ray disc and HD

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    blu ray

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    method of recording has evolved. Ever since the computer has become an everyday tool, we have needed more and more advance ways of storing data. We have gone from floppy drives to CDs to DVDs to our latest improvement: Blu-Ray. All computer discs are used in essentially the way. The disc contains a spiral track that is read from the center on outward. The track contains pits and lands that are really just burnt binary code of ones and zeros. The lands are recorded as ones and the pits are recorded as

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    Flash Drivers and Optical storage

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    overlooked things are very important to everyday life. Essentially, optical disk drives shines a laser light on the disks surface to read what’s on a disk, by detecting the quantity of laser light reflected. For disk reading, such as a DVD or video game, a disc is inserted into the loading mechanism and the disk is inserted usually by a roller into the mechanism, except for PlayStations which use a flip top disk load and no roller is involved. The lasers inside the mechanism read the disk and it allows a

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    DVD or Blu-Ray ?

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    was introduced. With the recent addition of Blu-ray disks to the mix, countless consumers are finding themselves confused and inexperienced with the different video technologies. Though DVDs and Blu-rays share several similarities, they also possess their own individual pros and cons. A Blu-ray disk is the exact same size as a DVD. When holding the two disks side by side, it would be impossible to differentiate between them. Although relatively new, Blu-ray is currently supported by about 200 of the

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