Would you be comfortable going on record stating that the next format after BD could possibly actually continue using BD disks and maybe add another layer or two, and use your advanced codec to maybe get up to 8k at 120fps? I think that'd be pretty reasonable, and manufacturers wouldn't have the same startup costs they've had with BD so far. They could just upgrade to 8x BD drives and put a faster computer under the hood. Everything else, such as BD disk pressing, could be the same. They could call is BD 5.0 and it would be fully backward compatible.
As always, that's a good demo and I'd like to see this technology come to fruition sooner rather than later. When will an encoder be released?
It isn't the size of the disk that counts, but how you use it.
4K cinema at 60mbps, coming soon to a kiosk near you.