This technology pertains to the routing of light from one geospatial processing cube to other geospatial processing cubes, geospatial memory cubes, and other components of a geospatial optical processor. The device works through obtaining a light signal, and re-transmitting the signal to multiple cubes at the same time. This occurs in space, through the use of multiple geospatial laser emissions that direct to either a receive node on each cube, or multiple sensors on each geospatial cube. This technology can also gather verification data that the information was received correctly, through the verification of magnetic, and transmit the information back to the original geospatial processing cube.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Light Router (LR)