DIDO (Dimension Input, Dimension Output) is the final phase of the Tmxxine project and will not be activated for some time. DIDO is the hardware. Of the available technologies, some are beginning to emerge. For now our focus is on developing the ASQ programming language.


Open Source computer hardware and OS

Nikola Tesla

Spintronics exploits the quantum mechanical property of electron spin, as well as its charge state. Potential spintronics applications include magnetic random access memory (MRAM), which could enable the development of computing devices that are always on, don't require time to "boot up" and don't require a traditional hard drive.

While semiconductor materials such as silicon are utilized for memory and central processing units, the permanent information in computers is stored in magnetized hard drives which utilize the spin of the electron.

The Clock Makers Laptop Edit

This is a scaled down "difference engine". A mechanical computer.

Monochrome and possibly visual colour output via 'cog' activated pin/rods. Such a device would benefit from nanobyte technology. The necessity might arise if EMP or other interference is a problem.

Creating Nanobot cameras in the future Edit

"IN RECENT years, innovative quantum tricks have slowed down light, even stopping it altogether. Now by switching the light source off at the right time it might be possible to use "slow light" as a new way to store information for use in quantum communications and computing.

In empty space, light travels at 300,000 kilometres per second. It goes a shade slower in glass and other materials, but physicists have found that light can be made extremely sluggish in dilute gases of atoms or in an exotic state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate.

In the case of a gas, the trick is first to use "control" lasers to put the atoms in a delicate quantum state that prevents them from interacting with light. This creates what physicists refer to as "electromagnetically induced transparency"- a condition in which compact pulses of light known as solitons can travel through the gas ..."

Mark Buchanan New Scientist

Creating a mechanical computer may be required when teleporting or sending devices through high energy fields.

Light tweezers allowing the construction of nanobots in the future and other dimensions is a development of the scalar wave transmissions

Diaries of Chronos Edit

By examining the diaries of those investigating nature, it might be possible to communicate key developments and ideas. Such interference with Timelines shows the need for the CPA

Links Edit

A device to be superceded when gravity research makes it obsolete

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