An invention from Japan that can turn an image of an object into a light source has a bright future in the real world.
But when it’s used in a real environment, the technology is subject to much more scrutiny.
The new design, unveiled by Japanese computer scientist Toshihiro Noguchi at the recent IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference in Hawaii, uses light to create a reflective surface on an object, so that light reflected back from the object will illuminate the photo-reflective surface.
This, Nogumi says, allows a photo-Illuminated Photo Lamp to be a little bit like a curved sheet of glass, making it a great material for printing.
The design is just one example of many applications of the new technology.
The idea is not new, either.
A similar idea has been proposed for years, including in a 2010 paper by Noguchis group.
However, Nodak says it is the first time that the technology has been applied to a product design, and that it was created by an individual and that this was done in Japan.
This is something that I think is a very exciting development, says Nogami.
In fact, it is an amazing step forward.
This paper was originally written by a Japanese group, but the idea is now being presented to a group of world-leading physicists, engineers and designers in Japan, including at the IEEE International Conference on Computational Engineering.
Noguma says this was the first successful demonstration of the technology, and the paper has already been accepted for publication.
In a sense, it was the beginning of a new era of computer design, he says.
He says this is just a small step toward achieving a vision of a computer that is completely transparent and has the potential to revolutionize the way computers are used.
It also shows that the new generation of technology is becoming very practical.
This new generation will be used by all types of people, he adds.
There are currently more than a dozen different kinds of computers on the market.
The Nogumis new product will be a part of that.