laser recorder

laser recorder

[′lā·zər ri′kȯrd·ər]
(communications)
An image reproducer that resembles a facsimile system, in which a laser beam is initially modulated by the video signal and swept over photographic film or paper to reproduce an image received over wire or radio communication systems.
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However, the Arri Laser recorder has become established as the benchmark machine, with well over 100 in use worldwide.
The process creates ``pits'' that contain the data to be read by a laser recorder.
The CD Professional incorporates a new compact laser recorder developed by Yamaha in cooperation with Philips of The Netherlands.
The proprietary ILM transfer system, the EBR system of Sony, and the laser recorder system of E-Films of Los Angeles were used to transfer the digital material to 35mm film.
Ultre today introduced its Ultre 5400dri imagesetter, a high-precision capstan laser recorder that produces high quality color separations at up to 3386 rasters per inch over a 16" x 30' format using Imation's DryView Imagesetting film.
In-Stat expects shipments of next-generation blue laser recorders and players will reach 4 million in 2008, not including video game consoles.
But while blue laser recorders have been demonstrated in the past, none have yet to be seen in commercial products.
Other pirate copies of Braveheart, Batman and Streetfighter were recovered, as well as CD movies which are played on laser recorders in pubs and clubs.
s Info FAX Page Facsimile Scanning and Pagination System, consisting of two dual-purpose 3750/F laser scanners (supporting film transparencies and reflective copy) interfaced to a Ricoh Telepress data compressor/network controller at the sending site and two 3800/F laser recorders to receive data from a Ricoh data reconstructor, which will deliver plate-ready film at Fox Valley within minutes of editorial or advertiser release.
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