Blue Laser and HDTV: Panacea Or Pipe Dream?

Parker, Dana J.
November 1998
EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p80
Academic Journal
Predicts the advent of blue laser technology and high definition television (HDTV). Promise of blue laser technology of delivering 12 to 18GB of recordable, rewritable storage for digital information; Capabilities of expected of electronic devices using blue laser technology; Anticipation of problems in implementing the blue laser technology.


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