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DVD Players & Recorders...

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Mikayla Weir

on 3 June 2010

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DVD Players... Introducing the topic. The DVD player is a device that plays discs produced under both the DVD-Video and DVD-Audio technical standards, two different and unsuited standards. It was invented in the 1994. Most DVD players allow users to play audio CDs and movies. What is your technology device used for? Does it have multiple uses? If so what are these? Mainly, a DVD player is used to play movies. Yes, you can use the DVD player to play movies, music and newer DVD players can be plugged into the internet.
How does it work? Explain. DVDs and CDs all work on the same principle. Data is recorded on the discs and a laser from inside the player moves over the disc that is in the player at the time. This then plays on the television screen. There is a laser that moves over the disc.
When the laser tracks over the disc, it reads
what’s on the disc and you watch it from the
screen. What is it power source? Most DVD players have to be connected to a television; there are also exist
portable devices which have an attachment LCD screen and stereo speakers. Portable DVD players are often used for long road trips
and other travel, which means they are battery operated. Can it be used by multiple users? No it cannot be, only one person can use it at a time. Does your device only accept a certain types of files, discs or other hardware/software? Why is this and what are they? For example, can you load music on to your IPod from ANY player, or is there one specific program you need? Software DVD players are programs that allow users to view DVD videos on a computer with a DVD-ROM drive. Some examples are the VLC media player and MPlayer (both free software), as well as WinDVD, PowerDVD, Fluendo DVD player and DVD player. Microsoft Windows software program is used and Apple software program. How would they INTERACT with this user face? E.g. is there a touch screen? Keyboard? Buttons? Voice activated? There are buttons that let you turn on the DVD player and there should be a remote with every button you can find, like pausing the movie, playing the movie, stopping and many others. Create a timeline of your device, when was it first created? How has it evolved? E.g. is there new models, what improvements/functions have been made? Who manufactures the device? E.g. Nokia, Sony. Apex, Denon, Pioneer, Samsung and Sony. Who is the target audience? How is it marketed to reach this target audience? Anyone who wants to buy a DVD player and wants to watch the ads on tv. They make the ads look good, by putting on a good movie and make it look clear and make it stand out, they want it to grab people’s attention and make them think they’re cheap. Bibliography – You must include a list of your resources for all text, images and video used in your project. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD_player
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_a_DVD_player_work&alreadyAsked=1&rtitle=How_do_you_work_a_DVD_player
http://ezinfostop.blogspot.com/2008/01/history-or-timeline-of-dvd-player.html
http://www.hometheaterfocus.com/dvd/dvd-brands.aspx
-Describe and explain the user interface as you would to someone who has never seen this device before. e.g. where the power switch is. (Diagram)
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