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If all they want to do is cancel two laser beams out they should just feed them to a central point in the computer that shoots the lasers out and you can have EPIC LASER SHOWS!
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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?
The only type of power plants off the top of my head that don't use heat to generate the energy or hydro plants. Heat is also a necessity in internal combustion engines because it causes the expansion of the gasses. The problem with ICE's is they do poorly converting the heat to usable energy.
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The only type of power plants off the top of my head that don't use heat to generate the energy or hydro plants. Heat is also a necessity in internal combustion engines because it causes the expansion of the gasses. The problem with ICE's is they do poorly converting the heat to usable energy.
Windmills.
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Finally protection from the sharks with freakin lasers.
    
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Could it be used for wireless power transfer?
Absolutely... the efficiency of this is pretty high. However, the question changes... how efficient are the methods used in generating the beam and converting the heat back to electricity? Hmm... I'm sure an engineering geek will chime in, if they haven't already.


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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?
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Yea I was wondering the same thing when I read it....hmmm I believe this could work much better than microwave transmissions.
I have been a member here for a couple of years and during that time I have been working for a company called SKYFIBER what our company does is manufacturer and install Optical Wireless Broadband. We replace the need for Fiber Optic cable to be buried and with our gear shoot a laser beam from one location to another to network them together. Please check out our website for further information!!
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It isn't 99.4% of the data, it's 99.4% of the ENERGY. When a stream of electrons flows from one transistor to another, only 99.4% of them may make it, and .6% will become lost to resistance and leakage. Doesn't mean that the data (the fact that there IS a 1) doesn't make it, just that it's a less powerful 1; but it still registers as a 1 regardless.
Assume 600w is used
0.6% is lost as heat
3.6 watts lost as heat
Infinate overclocking?
Can someone make a troll physics for this?
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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
Just so you know, that is a hell of alot more efficient than your 'regular' computer and it doesn't lose any data. 100% efficiency is impossible.
    
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100% efficiency is impossible.
I'm inclined to agree.
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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?
I take this question in terms of pinky and the brain." But how are we going to make energy out of heat tomorrow night, brain? The same way we make energy in nuclear and coal power plants every night, pinky. Steam turbines!"
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