DVDs With 1,000 Times More Storage
Current dual layer DVDs hold 9GB – enough for a couple of full length movies, or about 2,000 photos.
Researchers at Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology have found a way to store some 10,000 GB of data on a single disk the same size as current DVDs. This means they can hold up to 2,000 movies or 100,000 songs.
The new ‘Super DVDs’ should be available for home use within ten years.