This includes the use of space-based satellites with magna-photonic emitters and ground-based dark photon emitters. Three-dimensional holographic images, such as the displays of computer application screens, are displayed in mid-air. Geospatial sensors are used to track the movement of each user of the geospatial tele-network, and for each user, their respective application interfaces move with their movements. The magna-photonic emitters have the ability to create light mid-air, even penetrating through buildings, to display high-resolution interfaces to computer applications.
This technology would have the capability of displaying text in a perfectly clear light pattern, immediately in front of a person walking and unaware of the technology, such as “Hi”. The person walking would see the text displayed in the light pattern, while there are no visible streaks of light that suggest the origination of the laser emitter.
Another technology that would pertain to security applications of this invention would be pulse modulation light emissions that can only be seen by digital glasses that work with the same type of encryption algorithms as the satellites and ground-based emitters. This would have the technological capability to allow the person to view the blueprint details of buildings, moving vehicles, and have quick zoom capabilities to focus on something very small in the sky. The digital glasses would respond to the person looking up in the sky, by utilizing a micro EEG input to control the displays of the applications and the positions of the satellites. The display size would have the equivalence of a projection larger than IMAX, yet without the glasses other people would not even know the projection is taking place.