Nanoparticles Enable New Levels of Holographic Optical Data Storage

Nanoparticles Enable New Levels of Holographic Optical Data Storage

spectrum.ieee.org 02 Sep '14, 8pm

By exploiting the same properties of nanoparticles that made the Lycurgus Cup change colors depending on the light hitting it, researchers at the University of Cambridge have used nanoparticles to create holograms that could store twice as much information as today’s digital optical devices. In research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , the UK team used a thin film of silver nanoparticles to produce multicolor holograms.The nanoparticles create interference that allows the holograms to go beyond the normal limits of diffraction. The nanoparticles are able to go beyond the normal diffraction limits b...

Big money for a nano-sized devices. The Internet of Nano Things (#IoNT) will be worth $9.7B: #IoT...

sensorsmag.com 02 Sep '14, 3pm

Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) Market Worth $9.69 Billion by 2020 September 2, 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet Widget Google Plus One DALLAS, TX...

Arduino-Powered Alarm System Has All The Bells And Whistles

hackaday.com 03 Sep '14, 5am
Arduino-Powered Alarm System Has All The Bells And Whistles

Put aside all of the projects that use an Arduino to blink a few LEDs or drive one servo motor. [IngGaro]‘s latest project uses the full rang...

SpeakUp debuts in the land of the Golden Pagoda

mikroe.com 02 Sep '14, 4pm
SpeakUp debuts in the land of the Golden Pagoda

SpeakUp debuts in the land of the Golden Pagoda by Srdjan Misic | September 02, 2014 Last week we took part in the first Science fair organiz...

Apple iWatch still under EVT despite components already in production

digitimes.com 02 Sep '14, 8am

Apple iWatch still under EVT despite components already in production Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 2 September 2014] De...

There’s a Processor in My FPGA! #FPGA #SoC

eejournal.com 02 Sep '14, 3pm
There’s a Processor in My FPGA! #FPGA #SoC

The more subtle advantages of the FPGA SoC may be even more important, however. When FPGAs ar...

The Increasingly Interconnected Datacenter via @eetimes

eetimes.com 02 Sep '14, 1pm
The Increasingly Interconnected Datacenter via @eetimes

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents numerous engineering challenges, not the least of which...

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