This technology pertains to the use of clear silicon to create a computer platform that is entirely light based rather than based on electronics. This may include combinations of four-dimensional optical circuitry, such as layers of physical optical switching that react based on static optical switching, and dynamic optical switching that reacts based on geospatial optical switching. An example of this would be the use of laser light in an ultraviolet band in a geospatial optical switching layer that modifies the regular light switching in the physical optical switching architecture. The ultraviolet geospatial switching could pertain to changing the qualities of the light in the physical optical switching, changing the qualities of the optical switching components, changing the qualities of the optical switching paths, and supplementing a secondary layer of optical switching that is in addition to the physical switching paths.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Laser Electro-Optical (LEO) Technology