holographic memory chips and mobile devices
A holotechnology memory device that can store as much as five gigabytes could compete with flash memory for many uses. It would be a boon to handheld devices such as PDAs and smart phones. Next generation smart phones may use holotechnology technology for both memory and display functions. For memory, holographic information recording and playback could significantly increase the storage capacity of phones. For display, holographic projection can show images, unconstrained by the limited size of a mobile device. The prospect of watching television on a mobile phone is a hot idea now, but who wants to watch television on a 2" screen? If one could project a large image from a cellphone onto a nearby wall, that would transform the use of cellphones for visual media. You may also see History and Development of Holography for additional information.
There are physical constraints on the density of magnetic storage. As storage density grows, the magnetic grains that save data are pushed closer and closer together. Eventually, the magnetic fields of the different grains interfere with each other and they no longer maintain individual information integrity. Holotech information storage breaks through the tangible limitation of surface storage compression by storing information three-dimensionally throughout media volume. The challenge is to identify optically sensitive material that can save holograms, be structurally stable, and resist shrinkage when exposed to laser energy. There have been a lot of progress in the creation of photopolymer substances that can serve as storage media for holographic data storage. Interesting holotechnology technologies at Virtual Tennis .
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