Inventor of the Compact Disc
The inventor of the compact disc is James T. Russell. He was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. Russell earned a BA in Physics from Reed College in Portland in 1953. In 1965, James started work at the Bettelle Memorial Institute as the senior scientist. That is were he designed and built the first optical data storage system. This invention was created because Russell was unsatisfied with the quality of vinyl records at his time. They always wore out after being played too many times. One Saturday afternoon, he sat down and started to sketch out a better music recording system. After y…
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