Monday, October 21, 2013

Brief Beef: 3 Ideas

Here is the simple brief beef for three ideas I encountered while walking around downtown. The last one is the best.

1.) Organic Motion Recorder (as opposed to electronic).
3D-Time Picture Wall with Invisible-Film: A chunk of thin, overlapping and translucent film papers the size of a wall and thickness of about three to five inches. The wall captures light projected onto it after the very top layer is peeled off exposing it to light. In order for the wall to 'capture' motion, each layer of the wall must be factorized to 'develop' at a mathematical rate respective to the position of the layer according to a time function. During the process of developing a layer image will slowly turn opaque, whence upon being fully developed, it is completely opaque, blocking light to the layers beneath it. The end results in a wall whose layers can be illuminated in a certain fashion to replay a motion. There are additional things that would have to be done that are not mentioned.

Now, if you think that idea was impractical, you're right. However, it leads to several other ideas. The first is the Holographic parallel of this.

In the Holographic version, we do use electricity to record all of the 3D data of a space in motion with a Holographic camera. The data is output to a Holographic display device that would actually display the depth of the recreated scene instead of a flat picture. The display would be a wall in height and length.

2.) Is it possible to retrieve a recording of the past out of thin air...? Results:
A.) Store the recording / data in air.
B.) Look into the past directly.

B. is a better alternative. We might have help by looking at some of Nikola Tesla's work and notes.
How...? A Time Frame Projector. The projector is a doorway in size and is a clear, artificially intelligent, glass. It is touch screen glass with Holographic display. Basically, it would have controls that allow the user to affect what happens in 'time', the past, looking through the glass to the projected other side. Get it...? The projector somehow changes the 'frequency' or vibration of the 'image' of the present but not the present itself. How do we get the 'image' of the present? On to the next idea:

3.) Synthetic Brainwave / Thought Generator.
So how do we get the past 'image' for the last idea...? If time is reliant on a perception, then, I think, our brain waves would be the control unit for that perception. That means by manipulating a person's brainwaves in a certain manner (energy, frequency, vibration), we could get them to visualize the past. But we want to project this past onto a screen, so instead of using a real person and projecting the resultant effects, we create a synthetic brain wave generator, so we can manipulate it to project the past back to us, and then onto the Holographic display. It would essentially be a kind of synthetic 'brain' specifically for traveling time.

Other things a synthetic brainwave generator would be useful for is creating 'thoughts', which have the power to manipulate reality when coupled with an emotion.

That is all,


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