LEYDEN JAR TECHNOLOGY
A fanciful name for a routine form of holographic data crystal, the Leyden Jar was developed as an automatic data transfer and storage medium. Based on picoelectronic organics. Leyden Jars are self-replicating, and can grow to considerable size (up to 25 centimeters base diameter) depending on the quantity and, to a lesser extent, the quality of the data forming its matrix. Data compaction can include complete holographic scene reproduction, personal monitor and major database node correlations, full-sensorium scan data, life support, memo and telcom summaries. Leyden Jars are used primarily for archiving purposes.
Keywords: data, leyden, jars, holographic
All text © 1986 Rob Swiggart. "Portal : A Dataspace Retrieval" is available courtesy of the Author's Guild Backprint Programme. ISBN: 0595197841All programming and software © 2002 Salim Fadhley. Released under the GPL. Code available on request.
Updated: Sun Apr 14 2002
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