The marriage of a digital data distribution product and conventional photography is a major new development in imaging. In this two-part article, Dennis Howe discusses the evolution of the Kodak PhotoCD system and reviews its important technical characteristics. The level of detail given should enable optical engineers to assess whether the PhotoCD or compact disc based optical data storage will be useful for enhancing products they are working on.
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Publish Date: 01 February 1993
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