Monday, 10 August 2009

Click here to see latest move toward Nanomanufacturing.


The above picture is of IBM's prototype 3D-Nanochip, which gives massively powerful parallel computing capability in ultra-tiny space.

In essence, within 5 years ultra-computing (100 teraflops) will be in your handheld device for around 500 hundred dollars.

That's 100 million times improvement in terms of price-performance since the time when mobile handheld computers came to market.

The functionality will take Hyperinnovation to new heights.

Microlasers will enable 3D laser holographic projectors to be embedded in such handheld devicea.

That means small devices that emit light-based functional interface technologies, such as keypads that is laser projection. Bang goes the hardware, here comes lightware!

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