Over the past decade or so, we’ve seen all sorts of storage mediums. It used to be that data would be stored on those huge floppy disks, then we had the smaller and more sturdy disks. We also witnessed tapes which would offer up more storage than disks, then we had the CD, DVD, and Blu-ray.
Blu-ray, at its largest (BDXL), would be able to store anywhere between 100/128GB and while that might be pretty sizeable for the average user, it seems that professionals might not think that is enough. For professionals working in the music or film industry, burning through gigabytes worth of data is not an issue, which is why Sony and Panasonic have recently teamed up to offer a new storage medium called Archival Disc.
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We’re sure many of you guys read comics from all sorts of publics, like Marvel, DC, and even those of the foreign nature (such as Japanese manga). Now in these comics, since they’re pretty much pictures on a page, character voices and sound effects are something you’ll have to imagine for yourself, or does it?
It seems that Marvel is looking for a way to create a more immersive comic book experience by introducing audio to the digital versions of the comics. For those who read Marvel’s comics via its Marvel Unlimited app, you will be able to check out Marvel’s efforts in Captain America: The Winter Soldier by Ed Brubaker.
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