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Blu-ray Disc considered ''The New Higher Definition Format''

Posted on Thursday, December 15 2005 @ 04:11:00 CET by


At Twentieth Century Fox Studios on November 29, the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) gave an update on their blue laser technology. BDA felt that it was time to highlight its progress in bringing "the new high definition format" to market. Andy Parson, Senior Vice President of Advanced Product Development for Pioneer Electronics, opened the meeting by giving an overview of the state of Blu-ray development.

Mr. Parsons noted, "There's no format war looming because it's not Blu-ray vs. HD DVD." Apparently, 90 percent of the CE industry and seven movie studios now back Blu-ray Disc. And most of the IT industry (except Microsoft) also supports Blu-ray Disc.. Read on over Designtechnica.



 



 

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