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99.4% effective in absorbing the laser? thats not effective at all, that .6% of data will be lost and cpu may not reading the information right due to missing 0s and 1s from that .6%

Unless researcher able to make it 100% or do something about that .6%, then we can move on with laser OCing
Any protocol using this would have to employ some ECC checksums that contain enough information to reliably reconstruct the original data. Most digital protocols have some ECC overhead already so that's nothing new.
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Could it be used for wireless power transfer?
Already invented
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Already invented
Wish they'd hurry up an commercialize that for us. I have to recharge my Droid 2 like 3-4 times a day on my days off.

Yes, I do use it that much.
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Already invented
There are a few different techniques for wireless power. However, all have major limitations.... efficency, health hazards, range, environmental requirements, etc.
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Wish they'd hurry up an commercialize that for us. I have to recharge my Droid 2 like 3-4 times a day on my days off.

Yes, I do use it that much.
Would this help?
http://store.androidcentral.com/moto...2-powermat.htm
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Could it be used for wireless power transfer?
How would this create wireless energy? If it converts laser signals into heat, how do we create energy out of heat?
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How would this create wireless energy? If it converts laser signals into heat, how do we create energy out of heat?
Steam turbine.
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That technology is for short-range recharging of batteries.... It is a toy and not really useful wireless power.


Its only really useful in a situation where the device needs to be totally sealed (i.e. waterproof).
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How would this create wireless energy? If it converts laser signals into heat, how do we create energy out of heat?
ever heard of solar energy?
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How would this create wireless energy? If it converts laser signals into heat, how do we create energy out of heat?
Solar, nuclear, oil, gas, coal.... all generate heat which is then converted to electrical energy.
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