[Tig] Holographic Drive at NAB

Jeff Heusser lists at neonmargarita.com
Mon Apr 21 19:49:14 BST 2008


I'd argue the need of museums is of course huge but the average human  
with music, photos, movies, etc is also a prime market for a cheap,  
reliable option for archival.  Huge money to be made in the consumer  
as well as professional areas.

Jeff
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On Apr 21, 2008, at 11:40 AM, Rob Lingelbach wrote:

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> On Apr 21, 2008, at 9:26 PM, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
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>> if a work is saved twice to two different media, then if both copies
>> of the media decay, then it is important that the summation of the  
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>> both copies simply failing due to a "read error".  This implies that
>> we need a sort of RAID designed to be used with redundant removable
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> There must be people working on this, at the least drawing up some
> standards, at the major film archives around the world, and I can
> think of two in the US that should be intimately involved: The Library
> of Congress and the UCLA Film Archives (the 2 biggest in the
> States).   Is anyone here on the TIG free to comment on the current
> situation for archiving, or the future-current, tidal current, or
> incipient tsunami of archiving technology?
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