Technology Development Projects

Holographic Computer Monitor

This technology pertains to the evolution of computer display technology from 3d monitors that use perspectives to view 3d visualizations of images, to 3d holographic projectors, which display a three-dimensional image emerging from a unit called a photonic programmer, which uses specialized electromagnetic fields to produce arrays of photons emerging from the photonic programmer upwards, using a combination of phased electromagnetic waves and lasers that can program individual photons.

It’s still a way off – we need to invent quantum computing first, and get the technological invention scale down to smaller than a single atom.

Holographic Telephone

This technology pertains to the use of holograms with telephone systems, for the purpose of showing a hologram on a base station, such as in the middle of a conference room, or at any other place that a normal telephone is used. It could also be used with a mobile telephone that converts into a holographic projector.

Projection types could include an image of the person who they are talking to, a company logo, or a custom presentation.

This technology would work through the advanced holographic display technology that MCE123 Technology Development has written about previously. It could be in full color, or in any monotone color of a laser light emitter, or photonic programming unit.

Holographic Presentation


This technology pertains to a unit that programs photons that are emitted from the base unit to give presentations. It could be combined with mobile technologies. It would essentially be a 3-dimensional projector, that uses careful patterns of magnetic waves to guide individual photons along programmable paths emitting from the base unit.


The technology could be used for business presentations, or other applications such as battlefield management.


The technology could have a sensor grid that detects hand movement, and the placement of other objects within the emission path or around the emission area.


Laser Imprinting of New Fingerprints

There could be a technology that uses lasers to imprint new sets of fingerprints onto someone’s fingers. Basically, it would lightly burn away cells that are in the regular fingerprint form, and burn in new fingerprints on top of the blank fingerprints. This could be extremely painful to whomever gets it done, but it would be ideal for special operations.

Optical-to-Voltage Technology

Use of high-intensity light to convert the frequencies in the high-intensity light to voltage.

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