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|Neurochip on the rod cell|
Nanobotmodels creates artwork for nanoscale technologies
Rod cells, or rods, are photoreceptor cells in the retina of the eye that can function in less intense light than can the other type of photoreceptor, cone cells. Named for their cylindrical shape, rods are concentrated at the outer edges of the retina and are used in peripheral vision. There are about 90 million rod cells in the human retina. More sensitive than cone cells, rod cells are almost entirely responsible for night vision.
But we can improve rod's photodetection work using molecular nanotechnology. For instance, nanochip, which store, process and transmit information about rod biochemical state, will be very useful.
Moreover, it can add some useful information into our eyesight field working as a augmented reality tool.
It also can transmit data directly to hub, which connect thousand of individual neurochip. This hub can store and process data about any light signature, formed in our retina.
Humanity can use this nano-tools as implanted video recorders, which will save "videodata" from entire human life, starting from it beginning. Crime prevention will be turned on new, efficient and radical stage.
Model designed by Svidinenko Yuriy.
Our company Nanobotmodels (www.nanobotmodels.com) was founded in 2007 and it goal is develop modern art-science-technology intersections. Nanotechnology boost medicine, engeneering, biotechnology, electronics soon, so artwork and vision of the nanofuture will be very useful.
Our team consist of modern artists, modellers and nanotechnology scientists.
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