Fujifilm's Labelflash Technology

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 14 2005 @ 10:22 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CDRInfo presents a brief introduction to Fujifilm's LabelFlash technology, which allows creation of labels on both sides of a DVD disc, using the laser on your PC DVD burner, the NEC ND-4551A in their case.
Labelflash technology allows a consumer to burn pictures and/or write titles on the label side of the DVD discs, specially developed for the Labelflash system with DVD writers with the Labelflash function. There is no need for printers and consumables for printing. To obtain high resolution and high contrast pictures in blue and silver colour, a consumer only needs to turn the disc upside down and insert it into the drive again, after burning the data. The technology burns the image 0.6mm deep into the media in as little as five minutes, creating a more stable and permanent image than traditional printable media that uses the top layer of a disc for labeling.
You can check it out over here.


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