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3D "Digital" Phonograph Record

 
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3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
I have some thoughts about a different and (new?) way to output sound and CC (closed captioning) in one move.

Vinyl Language Data
I imagine we would need a specified language (eg. English) recorded into per "digital vinyl record disc" or vinyl language data. Each contains a mapped 3D audio of all waveforms of a specified language (eg. the sound of each alphabetic letter [a to z] and other characters) within (an audiocal?) Cartesian coordinate system. And also each waveform is affixed with another data type; alphabetic letter or character in a text format.

How-it-Work - Translator
I guess that the translator would start at centric zero point in the audiocal Cartesian coordinate system. Then, with an incoming of sound.. the translator starts moving and correlating it to the "trace" paths of recorded sound waveforms of a specified language (eg. English), potentially outputting both sound and cc text in the process. Every-time a sound makes a transitive move to pause/stop, the translator moves right back to the zero point and starts doing its thing as sound resumes or new ones come in.

Seeing that this could be an efficient way to output two different ways of a same information. Manual setup but automatic operation in real time.
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Re: 3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
Workflow Diagram of 3D Digital Phonograph Record
:digitalphonograp:

^ is how it could work at least how I see atm so far.
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Re: 3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
Seems this digital 3D Phonograph Record could be developed and implemented into communication and media software as part of an open source project of sort for all.
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Re: 3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
Express it as holographic data encoded into a crystal, holographic associative memory.

Source - [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Express it as holographic data encoded into a crystal, holographic associative memory.

Source - [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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That reminds me of this:


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Re: 3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
(Chuang) - Holographic Random Access Memory (HRAM)
source - [link to femtosecondsystems.com]

Holographic Technique for Linguistic Modelling
source - [link to www.isca-speech.org (secure)]
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Remember some years back when they were talking about that South American Indian language, I can't remember if it was Quechua or Aymara. Remember they were saying it was a perfect language with logical construction and no irregularities?

And someone was advocating using it as the intermediate language for translation - like if you had a computer program to translate English into Mongolian, first you would translate English into Aymara, then translate the Aymara into Mongolian.
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Re: 3D "Digital" Phonograph Record
jfyi OPIE.

Some DVD and BluRay already have an option to choose different dialogs per native tongue and we have subtitles too, to boot.

There are various containers as you well know that hold different types of data according to what codec and decoder you're using, ie: mp3, flac, avi, mpg and so on.

Are you not trying to re-invent the wheel type of thing.

Still an interesting concept though.

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Your translating phonetics only. The meaning of what was said will be lost.
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Remember some years back when they were talking about that South American Indian language, I can't remember if it was Quechua or Aymara. Remember they were saying it was a perfect language with logical construction and no irregularities?

And someone was advocating using it as the intermediate language for translation - like if you had a computer program to translate English into Mongolian, first you would translate English into Aymara, then translate the Aymara into Mongolian.
 Quoting: Vision Thing


In fact, that topic was discussed in a work of fiction named "Decipher" by Stel Pavlou. Very fun book to read.





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