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Geospatial Photonic Conferencing

This technology is the use of both geospatial sensors and geospatial photonic emitters on at least two ends of a conference, such that a geospatial display of either person is displayed on both ends of the conference, rather than a video up on a large screen. This would allow a photonic representation of the person who is a party of the conference to display in a photonic re-transmission in front of the speaker, to give a three-dimensional display of the person in real time.

This technology may also be used in large conferences, while this would require larger spaces designated for large conferences at each location of the geospatial photonic conferencing. The advantage of having large conferences in geospatial photonic conferencing rather than in regular video conferencing would be the ability to get a visual of each person, and for each person to be able to walk around and interact with other people in the virtual geospatial area of one conference that all of the geospatial attendees are part of. The same geospatial environment would display at all geospatial interfaces to the conference.

An improvement to this technology would be a programmable matter room that chairs and tables could be created out of the floor. There is technology that was invented by Intel that can meld plastic into temporary shapes, and then release the shapes from the programmable matter state. This would allow the geospatial photonic emitters to program the color of the appearance of the plastic without actually changing the programmable matter materials. The programmable matter room would need to have security features, such as disallowing people from moving objects when the movements would pose danger to other linked programmable matter with geospatial environments. An example of this security would be when one attendee to a geospatial photonic conference moves a chair, while another is in the way of the movement of the chair facing in the opposite direction and does not have a visual of the chair, such that the attendee would not want the programmable matter to push them over. The programmable matter does what the matter is programmed for – the actual programs and systems that ensure the security of programmable matter environments must consider possibilities that would not pertain to a strictly geospatial emitter environment, because the light alone is not harmful in the visible spectrum. The spectrum of laser light that is commonly known as a problem for vision is the ultraviolet spectrum, similar to the radiation from the sun. Thus, the geospatial emitters pose no vision problems, while there could be studies into security that would be needed to protect epileptic, autistic, and other types of mental disorders from becoming a health issue if the geospatial environment is too complex for the visual cortex or certain parts of the minds of some individuals to process normally. The geospatial environment should not be used with 1) the consumption of alcohol, 2) influence of drugs not under prescription for a medical condition specific to the patient, and 3) influence of prescription medications that would cause side effects when combined with high-frequency visualization environments, because of the complexity of the visualizations. Protection Status Site Protected by SiteLock