Samuel Morse invented the telegram in 1844; Alexander Graham Bell developed the telephone in 1876. In 1960, satellite communication became utilized; Ray Tomlinson sent the first electronics message in 1971. Martin Cooper introduced the cell phone in 1973; Tim Burners Lee released the World Wide Web in 1991.
David Fattal develops hologram transmissions with 3D views. There is a race to invent and patent the technology. Nick Glass experiments with currently available systems.
Rajesh Rao asserts that human brains can communicate without language. He collaborates with Andrea Stocco and Chantel Prat to invent the necessary technology. Glass and a professor wear brainwave reading caps; the professor detects his thoughts.
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We explore the technologies that could revolutionize the way we communicate. With Apple and Samsung both investing in hologram technology, holography could be the future. We meet an inventor of a micro-projector system that could bring holograms to our smartphones, and why beam someone into your phone, when you could beam your thoughts directly into someone else’s brain? We meet a scientist who successfully demonstrated that "telepathy" is possible and join him as he tries a new, dramatic experiment.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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