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|Perhaps a future PHz geometric codec! Sapphire base with hard coded algorithm doped into substrate.Active cavity of "in phase" gold on ruby and "contra phase" emerald on silver.|
Transcendent transcoding is a proposed method of designing nonrepresentational metamaterials exhibiting signature geometry.
When nano patterned to physical materials, geometric form determines the function and physical coupling efficiency of the resultant device.
Recent two dimensional 10G transcodes, i.e. planar containers with an order around ten giga points,are showing highly organised structural composition. Larger design renderings are available on the www.transcoderesearch.com gallery.
Transcoding direct to OASIS CAD files suitable for e-beam lithography is under way and samples should be available Q3/Q4 2013.
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