Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dissonance, Apr 27, 2009.
Cool tech. Lame example. I could think of so many more uses for a holographic disc than storing a bunch of pirated DVDs.
gives a whole new meaning to captains log star date 56789 or something
they've been working on holographic tech for YEARS. supposedly they could manufacture 100GB solid-state holographic disks for $1/ea even before they could make 25GB Blu-Ray discs that cheap.
Dude, seriously. The only way I would buy a 500GB porn disc is if it was super-high-resolution, 3D, and interactive.
you may be on to something...
Now they need to make holographic yugioh duels like Kaiba vs. Yugi.
THE HEART OF THE CARDS.
I don't even want to imagine how long it would take to burn 500GB of data onto a disk.
I'm willing to bet the holographic technology won't be as slow as your typical cd/dvd burner.
good for backups....may replace the good ol' tape drives?
The problem is the SATA cable will still run at its current limit.
Which by the time any product comes to market we will have SATA-III at 6Gb/s.
But the cable/interface hasnt been the limiting factor so far...
Right?...there aren't any HDs out there that can get close to SATAs capabilities yet.
Well, I'm pretty sure it still has a hole in the middle...