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balaseven
balaseven • Feb 20, 2008

Blu-Ray

Hi Folks,

Blu-ray Vs HD-DVD

Blu-Ray also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a next-generation optical disc format jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), a group of the world's leading consumer electronics.


Want more visit https://a2izat.blogspot.com/2008/02/blu-ray-give-hand-to-hddvd-to-reach.html
and tell which one is best for u


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balaseven
balaseven • Feb 20, 2008
Blu-Ray Vs HD-DVD

Hi Folks,

Blu-ray Vs HD-DVD

Blu-Ray also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a next-generation optical disc format jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), a group of the world's leading consumer electronics.


Want more visit https://a2izat.blogspot.com/2008/02/blu-ray-give-hand-to-hddvd-to-reach.html
and tell which one is best for u

Thanks
just2rock
just2rock • Feb 23, 2008
Recent on NEWS....world Giant TOSHIBA...is starting Revolution by using BLU-RAY as NEXT GEN. DIGITAL STORAGE MEDIA...overwriting its own HD-DVD.....consumers now who already have bought HD"s ...what should they do now...will they turn now to BLU-RAys investing Hell Lot of Money again or will TOSHIBA make some compromisation...wat U think ...........??
balaseven
balaseven • Feb 26, 2008
second one is my choice
just wait for 5more years guys,with advancement in quantum technology and nanotech,we will get 100 or more GB storage devices,as for now m happy with good old DVD's n pen-drives
mahul
mahul • Feb 27, 2008
My personal hunch is that we wont be seeing too much of optical storage in the future. And maybe apple too believes the same, with their new macbook air missing an optical drive. But we would need an cheap alternative for this to happen.
But i also mentioned nanaotechnology which is goin great guns,anyhow we have came a long way from floopy-disks to blu-ray
mahul
mahul • Feb 28, 2008
I wasn't arguing against ur point buddy, just making a statement ๐Ÿ˜. And yeah, i am totally in agreement with you that nanotechnology would be supplying the next generation storage media.
I was just clarifying,tats it no hard-feelings same here!!!
balaseven
balaseven • Mar 3, 2008
Hi sauravgoswami

Do u think that nano tech is the only way to develop the next generation DVD.

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just2rock
just2rock • Mar 3, 2008
We Engineers are the biggest creators ...so did with DVD's,Hd's etc.But 1 thing is for sure that this storage devices are less in longivity when compared to age old TApe Media,which can kept intact any Movies,documentaries,etc for around 100 years or so,when compared to todays compressed Media storage devices,which can merely compete with such.So will it be harming ourselves in near future...or will such have a better practical realizations...
mahul
mahul • Mar 3, 2008
Well i feel we need to improve much more on longevity and speed than on size, we are quite developed on that ground i mean. while longevity and speed of medium are still poor.
Guys,if you go for longevity then u go for spl papers which our ancestors used,so that we can know our history.well nano tech is one of the ans there are other technologies too,but it is one of the promisig ones,and we should develop some memory which can store data at par with our brain,but recall it in more faster and effeciently......ta ta
Ashraf HZ
Ashraf HZ • Mar 4, 2008
I'm glad I didn't hop on the HD-DVD bandwagon! You guys should have seen the debates they have at Neowin. I've never seen people so polarized between two formats before, haha.

Anyhow, yea.. Nano is the future! Did some research regarding it. We should start focusing on MEMS technology first ๐Ÿ˜€
MEMS is another breakthrough combining electronics and mechanical systems in a single chip!!!,they have vast applications in Medical Sceinces!!
subbu
subbu • Mar 11, 2008
Hi,

I think blu-ray didn't give much impact,when compared with DVD.


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subbu
just2rock
just2rock • Mar 11, 2008
mahul
Well i feel we need to improve much more on longevity and speed than on size, we are quite developed on that ground i mean. while longevity and speed of medium are still poor.
yep..as i said before longivity and stability in recollecting device storage elements is what i think was the main thing to focus while developing these Nano-techs,because if we made something for no use in future then why to make such๐Ÿ˜›
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just2rock
just2rock • Mar 11, 2008
sauravgoswami
Guys,if you go for longevity then u go for spl papers which our ancestors used,so that we can know our history.well nano tech is one of the ans there are other technologies too,but it is one of the promisig ones,and we should develop some memory which can store data at par with our brain,but recall it in more faster and effeciently......ta ta
developement in science and technology sholuld'nt be for a few decades or so..rather it must be a History for the next generations to come and see what we had left for them,so if devices are poor in longivity and stability then how can we let them see their future๐Ÿ˜€

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just2rock
just2rock • Mar 11, 2008
subbu
Hi,

I think blu-ray didn't give much impact,when compared with DVD.
thats true..toshiba is making a monopoly to take Blu-ray to go on HD's while the story is a bit different as consumers are rather focussed on DVd's..man what they wanna do๐Ÿ˜•
just2rock
just2rock • Mar 11, 2008
sauravgoswami
MEMS is another breakthrough combining electronics and mechanical systems in a single chip!!!,they have vast applications in Medical Sceinces!!
not only in medical science,๐Ÿ˜ฒMEMS promises to revolutionize nearly every product category by bringing together silicon-based microelectronics with micromachining technology, making possible the realization of complete systems-on-a-chip. MEMS is an enabling technology allowing the development of smart products, augmenting the computational ability of microelectronics with the perception and control capabilities of microsensors and microactuators and expanding the space of possible designs and applications.
just2rock
just2rock • Mar 11, 2008
ash
I'm glad I didn't hop on the HD-DVD bandwagon! You guys should have seen the debates they have at Neowin. I've never seen people so polarized between two formats before, haha.
๐Ÿ˜’so where have u hopped Ash๐Ÿ˜›

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Didn't hop on anywhere, more of a spectator than anything. How could students afford these new gen players? lol. Hopefully the Bluray prices will fall down very soon.
Thats true,but challenges are high in medical sciences for MEMS,though it had to be proved in tough conditios..
just2rock
just2rock • Mar 12, 2008
ash
Didn't hop on anywhere, more of a spectator than anything. How could students afford these new gen players? lol. Hopefully the Bluray prices will fall down very soon.
So you are a window shopper๐Ÿ˜› and
yes the price of Blu-ray is definately going to fall.๐Ÿ˜

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balaseven
balaseven • Mar 13, 2008
Hi ,

Are MEMS and Nano similar?Is there any difference?

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MEMS has got lots of potential in every domain,but complexities is more in Medical sceince say an eye surgery,with MEMS we can even perform surgery or tret those sections which are dangerously out of reach of surgeons,anyhow with advances in technology,diagnostics technique have improved.
I do agree MEMS has got equal advantages in othet domains,but m talking about need of the hour.
Hello guys, please continue the discussion of MEMS and Nanotech here:
https://www.crazyengineers.com/forum...t-difference-between-mems-nanotechnology.html

Thanks ๐Ÿ˜€
dude already a thread has been posted!!
balaseven
balaseven • Apr 29, 2008
Hi all
Why cant we continue the debate on Blu-ray.


Thanks
BS
gohm
gohm • Apr 29, 2008
What are you debating about blu-ray? The market has already decided the blu-ray Hd controversy. It was deja vu of the old vhs/betamax debate.
I wonder what it was like during those days, gohm ๐Ÿ˜›
xheavenlyx
xheavenlyx • May 6, 2008
By the there is an irony out there:

Blu-ray stand alone players are costly then the PS3 which plays blu-ray disks with same functionality. ๐Ÿ˜€

I am planning to buy one soon. ๐Ÿ˜
Ashraf HZ
Ashraf HZ • May 6, 2008
Hmm, add to the fact that you can run Linux in PS3 too ๐Ÿ˜‰

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