An experiment was performed to investigate the information capacity of Ilford Cibachrome Micrographic Film type CMM.F7, Kodak Aerial Color Film type SO-242, and Kodak Vericolor Print Film type 4111. The results indicated that the filmSj-had binary single layer information capacities of 9.51 x 10 , 3.27 x 10 , and 0.87 x 10 bits per square centimeter respectively. It was estimated that the CMM.F7 material was capable of resolving three density levels for c trilayer multilevel capacity of 45.2 x 10 bits per square centimeter, followed by SQ-242 and 4111 with five and six levels yielding 22.8 x 10 and 6.72 x 10 bits per square centimeter respectively for trilayer multilevel recording. Some models for determination of information capacity were discussed as was application of the experiment to optical disk recording.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Color photography--Films--Technological innovations; Optical storage devices; Optical films; Image processing
Imaging Science (MS)
Juenger, Andrew, "Storage of Information on Color Photographic Materials with Applications to Optical Memory Disks" (1986). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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