Compact Disc interactive


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Compact Disc interactive

(CD-i) An embedded application of CD-ROM allowing the user limited interaction with films, games and educational applications via a special controller.
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digital video interactive (DVI), and compact disc interactive (CDI).
in introducing its compact disc interactive player in the U.S.
Called Compact Disc Interactive (CD-i), the unit is analog rather than digital and can store up to 72 minutes of MPEG-1 quality data.

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