Saturday, July 14th 2007

New Hologram Against Counterfeited Products Announced By SONY CPL and DNP

DNP (Dai Nippon Printing) and Sony PCL Inc. have created and started production of a new hologram for security uses, that can store dynamic picture images created with stereogram technology.
This hologram has the capacity to store up to 100 image frames on a single hologram thus making it almost impossible to counterfeit. Moving images such as animation and live action can be played back by changing the viewing angle which provides a way for the customer to see if the product is genuine or not.
Both companies have already started receiving orders.Source: Sony CPL
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14 Comments on New Hologram Against Counterfeited Products Announced By SONY CPL and DNP

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
What would these be used for?
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#2
HellasVagabond
Could be used in Media like CDs, DVDs , BlueRay and HD DVDs i guess.....
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#3
russianboy
I don't give a shit personally, as long as it works who cares where it came from.
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#4
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
kind of a little bit ridiculous though. I personally dont buy bootlegged stuff.
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#5
Wile E
Power User
I give it a month before it's counterfeited. Even If it's for no other reason than bragging rights.
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#6
AphexDreamer
by: WarEagleAU
kind of a little bit ridiculous though. I personally dont buy bootlegged stuff.
Yeah I know, I download them for free.:laugh:
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#7
Dippyskoodlez
Apparently stickers scare away pirates.


Or, so they say.
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#8
Casheti
I don't get what this is? :confused:
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#9
Dippyskoodlez
by: Casheti
I don't get what this is? :confused:
Its an anti-piracy sticker!

They put it on real ones because a blue bottom obviously doesn't give away fakes.
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#10
Casheti
Ohhhh I see, that sounds cool I guess...
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#11
Benpi
If you buy sony shit from some random dude in Naples, Italy, then it's a fake, and you deserve to be ripped off. Go to Best Buy for crying out loud!

100 frames in a little sticker, however, is pretty damn impressive. Still, you'd have to know what to look for (super sticker) before you'd know what's a fake or not.
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#13
Steevo
Why not just sell a stupid consumer a whole bunch of the little stickers and a whistle instead of the movie. People would love it.
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