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But they can also just be good, silly fun.
For the longest time, memes were a great cultural metric of creator disenfranchisement on the internet. The disparity between the heights of global popularity that viral sensations have reached and the lack of compensation (or even basic recognition) their creators received is vast. It’s enough to cause a massive case of cultural and ethical vertigo.
But this isn’t a colossal surprise. On the internet, it’s easy to forget that content doesn’t simply manifest out of the digital ether — it comes from real people. This perceived anonymity makes us more inclined to feel we possess it in some way, and more likely to share and use the content we stumble across as we see fit.
This cognitive disparity between origin and value is why internet memes make fitting candidates for the application of NFTs. Blockchain technology has undisputedly changed the game for cultural creators in the last few years. In fact, NFTs have helped meme creators gain the recognition and monetary compensation they deserve for changing the global internet landscape with their work. And we love to see it.
But few people embody this iconic use-case more than Chris Torres, the 36-year-old, Dallas-based digital artist behind Nyan Cat, which is arguably one of the most famous internet memes of all time.Nyan Cat origins
“It was overwhelming at first,” Torres said of the reaction he woke up to the following day, in an interview with nft now. “Waking up to 100 emails from people asking me what was going on. I’d never experienced anything like that before. It was the internet’s infancy of meme creation.”
Within days, Nyan Cat was everywhere. A music video set to the tune of a song by the artist daniwell shot across the internet, instantly ingraining itself in the memory of early-2010s web denizens.
It didn’t take long before individuals and even big businesses started using Nyan Cat for their own gain. Game developer isTom Games came out with a release called Nyan Cat: Lost In Space shortly after the meme’s birth. Even Warner Brothers used the meme without permission in a slew of games released on the Nintendo DS.
“Several companies have used my artwork [without permission],” Torres explained. “And it’s funny, all this time, Nyan Cat has kind of been free on the internet, everybody has been able to use it. But, as an artist, before NFTs, I never saw a dime for that. It was other people using it while I was on unemployment. In come NFTs, and now I finally have a way to get proper compensation for my artwork. It’s been a crazy ride.”
Torres first jumped on the crypto bandwagon by buying some Dogecoin in 2023, followed shortly by Ethereum and then Bitcoin. Then, a close friend introduced him to NFTs by showing him an article on various NFT marketplaces like SuperRare and Foundation.
Without quite understanding how NFTs worked and thinking the technology was too good to be true, Torres remastered the original GIF pixel by pixel and put the Nyan Cat NFT up for auction on Foundation on February 11, 2023.
“I thought I’d give it a try,” Torres said. “I was expecting maybe five or ten Ethereum at the time, but as the auction went on, I had a lot of people tell me that Nyan Cat was kind of an unofficial mascot of Ethereum, and I didn’t really know that. That final hour was just a giant bid war, and it landed at exactly 300 ETH.”
At the time, 300 ETH was worth nearly $600,000.Building the meme economy
Torres says the sale changed both his life and memes forever, opening a door for creators like himself to join the Web3 community.
“With the NFT boom, I have finally been able to get proper credit for being an artist,” said Torres. “And it’s really started the meme revolution. I called it the meme economy back then, and I still believe in it. Nyan Cat has been an awesome beacon in a way. Its success brought so many people into the space, including other meme people from my time, lots of OG meme creators.”
Torres explains how, immediately after the sale of Nyan Cat NFT, other meme creators began contacting him, curious about the process of getting set up to sell their memes as NFTs.
“It’s so surreal being able to help so many people in this way,” he said. “But that’s the power of Web3 and NFTs, being able to help other people and show that this person actually created this piece. I haven’t turned back ever since. Ever since I’ve joined NFTs, it feels like the best community to be in.”
Torres has helped some of the creators of the most well-known memes of all time onboard to Web3: Grumpy Cat, Keyboard Cat, Troll Face, Disaster Girl, and others. In April 2023, he helped bring The Coffin Dance NFT to Foundation, whose auction landed at 327 ETH, more than $1,000,000 at the time. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from that sale went to benefit the Ukrainian charity Come Back Alive, which supports Ukrainian Armed Forces as they resist the Russian invasion.
“It’s just so great knowing that your creations are helping not just meme creators but people all over the world,” Torres said of the philanthropic potential of NFTs.Nyan Dogg and the future of NFT memes
Torres has been busy since the sale of Nyan Cat, exploring the opportunities Web3 offers.
In April 2023, he collaborated with BeetsDAO and Snoop Dogg to drop the Nyan Dogg collection on OpenSea, featuring 131 editions of a 4/20 friendly Hazy Nyan Cat and 81 editions of a rainbow-emitting Nyan Blunt.
“The collaboration with Nyan Dogg was kind of the [quintessential] Web3 experience,” recalled Torres. “I was contacted by BeetsDAO, saying they’d love to do a collaboration with me, and that they had an awesome guest that would like to do something with you. It was almost 4/20 at the time. I was already kind of making a hazy Nyan Cat, and they said, well, we have the perfect match for you, so here’s Snoop Dogg. It was a surreal experience and it also boosted my presence in the space. People already knew about the [Nyan Cat] sale, but now I was doing collaborations with major artists. We’re still in contact. It’s been pretty awesome.”
Looking toward the future, Torres is working on creating a collection of fractionalized NFTs for Nyan Cat as he wants the meme to be more accessible. He’s also brainstorming ways to link utilities to the NFTs he creates, launching collaborations with metaverses like Worldwide Webb, chúng tôi and Decentraland.
Torres also started the NFT collection G.I. Toadz just a few months ago, a project that CrypToadz’s creator Gremplin helped move forward by providing the project developers a folder of deleted NFTs that didn’t quite make the official collection. Torres and the G.I. Toadz team, which includes Loaf, TheOG, Klee, and Woody, then built on top of those models to create the new superhero-inspired Toadz drop. Torres and the team also donated the CrypToadz NFT Treasury over 42 ETH to help further their initiatives and 82 ETH to Endaoment, an organization that makes it easy to donate cryptocurrencies to charities.
Looking to experiment further in the Web3 space, Torres is also planning on releasing a photography NFT collection.
“Just a small, limited collection,” Torres said. “I post a lot of pictures of my cats all the time, so I want to have some fun with it. Right now I’m in the brainstorming process. I’m just trying to expand to other genres of NFTs.”
For Torres and others, NFTs have opened up a new vector of exploration and creative opportunities. While it was indeed a long time coming, the story of how meme creators and NFTs have found a home in one another is one of the best examples of why the era of Web3 is not only important for intellectual property rights, but also inevitable.
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It’s a fact that in most countries there are more unpaid than paid non-executive director roles. The unpaid ones tend to be on the boards of charities, sports bodies, community groups or even state funded organisations. There are, for example, over one million non-executive directors on the boards of charities in the UK.
The more glamorous and higher paid roles for board members will be on the boards of PLCs, financial services organisations or large private companies. The less glamorous roles – but higher risk ones – will be on the boards of start-ups who do not have the revenue to pay non-executive directors.
The road to becoming a paid non-executive director (NED) role will be challenging, as inevitably the standard sought will be higher from boards who will be able to pick and choose. Most boards are cautious and conservative, preferring experience (sometimes many years of the same experience) which, while safe, may not be the right thing to do for the organisation as it seeks innovation and fresh air in the boardroom.
However, globalisation, digitisation, cyber security, and new tech based business models will provide opportunities for a younger generation of competent non-executive directors.
With this is mind, here is a six step guide you need to take to land a paid board position.1. Assess your own potential
This means, what have you got to offer today? What can you bring to the table in terms of skills and experience? Carrying out a SWOT on yourself would be a good first step. Enlist the help of a friend who might be more objective to help. Does this process highlight any gaps that may need to be closed such as a relevant governance qualification.
Read more: The skills you need for the boardroom2. Position yourself in the market
A good understanding of the market you are after will help in this process. Find out what are the emerging needs on the boards in your target sectors and how you can position yourself to avail of these opportunities. Knowing how to become a paid board member is rooted in understanding how boards work, what boards require and what skills you can bring to the table.
Read more: Learn how boards work and what they require3. Build a market profile
Update your CV and LinkedIn profile so that they are appropriate for the target sectors you are after. Most recruiters will go to your LinkedIn profile first, so make sure you have a good professional photo, that your relevant experience is concise and to the point and it contains the key search words that will bring you to the attention of a recruiter.
Read more: How to prepare your LinkedIn for board roles4. Harvest your network
We all have networks, school, university, business school, sport, professional associations, trade bodies etc. Sit down and work out who in these networks can help you to reach your goal. Networking is about giving too, so play the long game here. Be visible, write blogs, do webinars, speak at conferences, become an influencer. Your ultimate goal will be to be the go-to person in your various networks.
Read more: How to find board roles5. Develop a plan
Set out a step-by-step approach for what you want to achieve, and in what timeframe. Be realistic as it’s a very competitive market.
Read more: How to find a role as a non-executive board member6. Start now, not tomorrow
The earlier you start the better. Getting a paid role will take you longer than you think.
Here’s a free eBook to help you with your journey to the boardroom.
And if you are serious about joining a board or becoming a paid non-executive director you should download the course brochure for the professional Diploma in Corporate Governance.
CES 2023 might be different. LG came to the show with a flashy 45-inch ultrawide and a more practical 27-inch 1440p, both of which are available for preorder right now. Samsung has fired back with the Odyssey OLED G9, a flashy 49-inch super-ultrawide due for release in early 2023. They’re impressive monitors, and the OLED panels in them will go mainstream in displays from Asus, Acer, Alienware, Dough, and MSI, among others.OLED competition is coming
The unending dawn of OLED for PC monitors was due, at least in part, to a lack of options. OLED panels are produced by only a few companies, most notably LG and Samsung, and a mere handful of panel options were available to monitor manufacturers. The low production volume of OLED panels suitable for monitors kept prices high.
But at CES 2023, that changed. We have ourselves a race.
LG’s Ultragear 27 OLED monitor.
LG and Samsung leaned into OLED for the PC market in 2023. You’ve likely noticed the results if you’ve bought a PC laptop in the past two years. Laptops with OLED displays are much, much more common than they used to be, and now available in laptops below $1,000.
The war between LG and Samsung will also improve the affordability of PC monitors. Both have their own OLED panel technology: LG offers a WRGB OLED panel, while Samsung offers QD-OLED. And both have incredible influence in the world of display technology and are familiar with working with a wide range of partners.
Surprisingly, LG won the battle at CES 2023. Samsung’s QD-OLED, which is found in the Alienware AW3423DW and (of course) the new Samsung Odyssey OLED G9, looks spectacular. However, LG’s new 27-inch 1440p 240Hz OLED panel is a superb fit for mainstream PC gamers, and LG is ramping up production to support multiple third-party monitor makers. It’s likely this panel will dominate until Samsung can respond with a QD-OLED option of similar size.
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CES 2023 was also a reminder that OLED technology faces broader competition. Several new Mini-LED monitors and laptop displays arrived from multiple manufacturers including Acer, Asus, Razer, and Lenovo. Samsung, meanwhile, continues to invest in Micro-LED, a panel technology constructed from tiny LEDs, and showed its latest generation of NEO QLED 8K televisions at CES 2023.
Affordable Micro-LED televisions are years away, and monitors will be even more challenging due to their smaller size. Still, Mini-LED and Micro-LED represent a long-term threat to OLED. Both can deliver much higher levels of brightness, and do so without suffering the risk of burn-in. The evolution of alternative panel technologies gives LG and Samsung incentive to improve OLED’s performance and cut costs.Subpixels remain an issue
OLED has many perks, but it’s not perfect. Most OLED panels found in computer monitors and laptops use a sub-pixel layout that differs from the RGB layout common to LCD displays. This can cause issues like color bleed or fringing around details and an overly pixelated look for small fonts.
Acer’s curvaceous Predator X45 OLED looks absolutely outstanding in person.
Let’s set one thing straight: PC enthusiast hoping LG and Samsung have a cheap RGB-OLED panel up their sleeves should check their expectations. David Park, Senior Product Marketing Manager at LG, says the company’s use of an alternative layout (in LG’s case, WRGB) is purposeful.
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Still, eagle-eyed PC enthusiasts have options. JOLED, a small company based in Tokyo, produces the excellent OLED panel found in the Asus ProArt Display OLED PA32DC, which I reviewed last year, and the upcoming Asus ProArt Display OLED PA32DCM, a premium 4K OLED monitor revealed at CES 2023. JOLED’s panels have excellent clarity, but the panels are produced in low volumes, which makes them expensive. They also don’t offer the high refresh rate of LG and Samsung panels.Finally, mainstream availability is real
OLED’s image quality, pixel response times, and low input latency make it an ideal technology for PC gaming and, for many people, general day-to-day-use. Yet high pricing and extremely limited availability have kept OLED monitors out of most homes.
2023 is the year that will finally change. Acer, Asus, Alienware, Corsair, and Dough are among the monitor makers with plans to release new OLED monitors. Some monitors based on new OLED panels, such as Corsair’s Xeneon Flex, are already available: others are currently up for pre-order.
And this is just the start. “[LG has] plans to introduce different screen sizes, different form factors,” says Park. “Throughout 2023, you’ll hear more announcements from LG on different OLED monitors we’re going to bring to the market.”
A new remote-controlled robotic hand will allow deep-sea divers to handle and feel objects underwater almost as easily as they can in air. This could transform deep-water operations, from marine biology to pipeline repair.
Atmospheric Dive Suits (ADS) are required for dives below three hundred feet. The ADS is a human-shaped hard shell enclosing diver so they can breathe air at normal pressure. ADS have become more sophisticated in some ways over the last century, but they still have primitive lobster-like claws called prehensors rather than hands.
The tremendous pressure at great depths makes gloves impractical, but prehensors are clumsy and awkward. One operator compares them to using chopsticks. Considerable practice is needed to achieve any expertise, and even then, there is only one possible movement or ‘degree of freedom,’ opening or closing the claw. The lack of contact makes it hard to pick up irregularly-shaped objects, and prehensors cannot hold ordinary tools like drills and hammers. Everything is a lot of work, and some jobs are impossible.
Until now. Vishwa Robotics of Cambridge, Mass., has developed a human-like deep-sea robotic hand called the Vishwa Extensor for the US Navy. CEO Bhargav Gajjar says the Extensor so called because it extends human manipulation in extreme environments. Unlike prehensors, it is highly intuitive to use, operated by a glove-like controller with force-feedback so the user can grip as firmly as needed.“Hydrostatic pressure is the devil of it all.”
Gajjar points out that the Extensor is not an Iron Man-type exoskeleton, because it is remote from the operator’s hand; nor is it a prosthetic, though it has something in common with both. It is a dextrous, remotely operated robotic hand. The Extensor resembles a human hand on the outside, although inside is a complex arrangement of actuators and robotic mechanisms adapted to the pressures of the deep.
“Hydrostatic pressure is the devil of it all. It crumples every single surface,” says Gajjar. “How to get around it and still have a working human-shaped grasper is one of the main challenges.”
The Extensor currently has two fingers and a thumb. Gajjar the last three fingers on humans hands tend to move together, and extra fingers do little to improve performance. The fingers themselves are far more flexible than prehensors, each finger and thumb having four degrees of freedom, aided by three degrees in the wrist, providing the dexterity to grasp and operate hand tools.
The operator can a use a wrench or pick up a nut and attach it to a bolt, fiendishly difficult with prehensors. Challenging tasks, such as working the hatch on a submarine during an underwater rescue, become straightforward. The Extensor can even work the trigger on a drill or other powered device, impossible with a prehensor due to its lack of multiple fingers and opposing thumb.
As well as fitting them to diving suits, the Navy plans to attach giant pairs of robotic arms and Vishwa Extensors to unmanned submarines to reach even greater depths. The operator stays on board ship, touching and manipulating objects deep underwater via a video and haptic (touch) link. This will aid Navy missions such as mine clearance, crash retrievals and salvage.Underwater vehicles with human-like fingers
The Vishwa Extensor will get its first underwater tests in a test tank at Vishwa Robotics over the next few months, preparatory to deep water testing. Latest tests are planned in the deep ocean simulation chambers of the Navy’s Experimental Diving Unit.
The technology will be benefit commercial divers involved in construction, inspection and salvage. Adding Vishwa Extensors to existing ADS will make routine jobs like underwater welding or operating chipping hammers quicker and safer. In marine archaeology and biology, the delicate handling of the Vishwa Extensor is a big step forward. At the moment it is impossible to pick up fragile sea creatures from the ocean floor.
Gajjar says that the underlying technology could prove equally valuable out of the water. Any detailed work on the ISS requires astronauts to undertake laborious and potentially risky EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity); a remote-controlled spacesuit could be ready quicker and work longer. Disaster disputations involving radiation or chemical spills could also benefit from the effective remote handling. But the hands will debut underwater.
“The problem of teleoperation in the Last Frontier is finally solved,” says Gajjar. “Swimming human avatars, underwater vehicles with human-like fingers and the tactility of the human hands, will finally reach the extreme depths of our planet and make amazing discoveries.”
Vishwa Robotics CEO Bhargav Gajjar with the Vishwa Extensor
Has Obama Let Us Down? Experts, students meet in town hall discussion tonight
A recent poll has shown Barack Obama’s once-huge popularity with young voters has eroded. Photo by Christopher Dilts for Organizing for America
In 2008 young voters hungry for change helped to make Barack Obama the country’s first black president. Three years later, the euphoria of that historic accomplishment has dramatically waned. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that just 48 percent of voters aged 18 to 29 say Obama makes them feel hopeful, a steep slide from the 80 percent in November 2008. Only 49 percent approve of how he is doing his job, down from 73 percent in 2009.
How that happened and what it means will be the focus of tonight’s town-hall meeting Hope and Change? A Conversation on the Obama Presidency, being held at the George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium. Presented by BU Today, the meeting brings together political experts Thomas Fiedler (COM’71), dean of the College of Communication, and Robert Zelnick, a COM professor and former longtime ABC News correspondent, who will be joined by Anthony Priestas (GRS’12), a doctoral student in the College of Arts & Sciences earth sciences department and president of the student Libertarian group Liberty at Boston University, and Tabitha Watson (COM’12, CAS’12), an undergraduate studying journalism and political science. Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore (SED’87) will moderate the discussion.
“For many students, Obama’s candidacy turned them on to politics and the election process for the first time,” says Elmore. “Now that we’re a few years in and he’s running for reelection, it’s time for students to process what his first term has been like, and what the successes and failures have been.”
Priestas can easily list what he considers Obama’s failures, from expanding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to reneging on his promise to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center. And his economic policies have yet to boost the economy or curb unemployment, which for ages 18 to 29 remains at 13 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“Students strapped with debt are entering the workforce and realizing there is less opportunity for them,” Priestas says. “Instead of change, they got more of the same.”
Fiedler, a former executive editor of the Miami Herald, adds a broader reason for young people’s disappointment: an all but inevitable disenchantment with partisan politics. For many young voters, casting their ballot for Obama was the first time they engaged with the political system, and they’ve had to learn that an election is far more inspiring than the nitty-gritty of governing, especially with a deeply entrenched opposition.
“I think the disillusionment is more about recognizing that making change is hard,” says Fiedler. “It’s dirty work.”
Zelnick believes that young voters will reengage with the president when they consider the alternative. The aforementioned Pew study found that 53 percent of young voters viewed Republicans unfavorably and 36 percent viewed Democrats unfavorably.
Zelnick says he’s seen this before: in 1968, the radical, and mostly young, left-wing abandoned Democratic candidate Hubert Humphrey in the primary only to come flocking back in the general election against Richard Nixon.
BU Today presents Hope and Change? A Conversation on the Obama Presidency tonight, Tuesday, November 29, at 7 p.m. at the George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium, 775 Commonwealth Ave. Free, but registration is required; register here.
Let There Be Light: Exploring the World of LiFi Communication
In today’s fast-paced digital era, there has been a constant search for more efficient and secure ways to transmit information. Enter LiFi, or Light Fidelity – an emerging communication technology that uses LED lights as a gateway for data transfer.
Unlike its radio-wave-based counterpart, WiFi, LiFi harnesses visible light communication (VLC) in the electromagnetic spectrum for high-speed and secure bidirectional data transmission.
This breakthrough holds immense potential in revolutionizing wireless systems while significantly reducing electromagnetic interference.Key Takeaways
LiFi, or Light Fidelity, is an emerging communication technology that uses visible light waves for high-speed and secure bidirectional data transmission.
With its unique properties of shorter wavelengths and higher frequencies, LiFi offers faster and more reliable connections with significantly reduced latency compared to traditional radio-frequency-based WiFi systems. It also reduces electromagnetic interference.
The potential applications of LiFi are vast – from integration with IoT devices and smart homes to healthcare settings and industrial environments. In these settings, it can provide a secure way for data transfer while reducing the risk of safety hazards caused by radio waves.
Looking ahead, the future of LiFi appears promising. Its integration with IoT devices and smart homes could open up new possibilities for automation in multiple sectors.How LiFi Works and its Advantages?
Li-Fi technology uses light waves in the electromagnetic spectrum to transmit data, resulting in high-speed and secure communication. It operates by modulating the intensity and frequency of an LED light source to encode data, which is then picked up by a photodetector on the receiving end.Use of Light Waves for Data Transmission
LiFi communication systems capitalize on the unique properties of light waves to transmit data, making it a ground-breaking innovation in wireless technology. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs), which are not only energy-efficient but also capable of emitting modulated light at high speeds, form the backbone of LiFi’s data transmission infrastructure.
Additionally, since LiFi operates within a defined area illuminated by an LED source, it is far less susceptible to signal interference or eavesdropping compared to Wi-Fi networks.High-Speed and Secure Data Transfer
Li-Fi technology offers a high-speed and secure data transfer solution. With the use of light waves in the electromagnetic spectrum, Li-Fi can achieve incredible data transmission speeds of up to 224 gigabits per second, which is much faster than Wi-Fi.
What’s more, since Li-Fi uses visible light waves for data transfer, it does not face radio interference or suffer from issues with signal strength as older wireless technologies did.
It also has the potential to be more secure compared to other wireless communication mediums because it cannot penetrate through walls and into neighbouring rooms like traditional Wi-Fi signals do.Reduction in Electromagnetic Interference
However, LiFi uses light waves instead of radio waves for data transmission, making it immune to those kinds of interferences.
LiFi could provide an effective solution for areas such as hospitals where medical equipment uses sensitive electronic mechanisms requiring precise location tracking. The high precision offered by Li-Fi aids in ensuring less electromagnetic interference from surrounding devices compared with traditional WiFi networks.
In conclusion, the reduction in electromagnetic inference makes LiFi a highly effective solution compared to Wi-Fi as a result of its immunity against disruptions caused by other devices emitting RF energy during operation.Potential applications of LiFi
LiFi has potential applications in various fields such as integration with IoT devices and smart homes, healthcare, industrial settings, and more.Integration with IoT Devices and Smart Homes
Li-Fi technology has the potential to integrate with IoT devices and smart homes, revolutionizing the way we interact with our surroundings. Here are some of the potential benefits and applications −
Smart lighting − Li-Fi enabled bulbs can act as data communication nodes, creating a high-speed network of interconnected bulbs that can be controlled remotely through a smartphone or other device.
Energy efficiency − Li-Fi technology offers energy-efficient solutions for IoT devices by leveraging existing lighting infrastructure. This allows for a reduction in power consumption, making it a viable solution for smart homes.
Indoor positioning system (IPS) − Li-Fi enables accurate indoor positioning, allowing users to track objects or people within a space using light beams. This can be useful in healthcare settings or industrial spaces, where precise tracking is necessary.
Secure communication − The use of light waves makes Li-Fi more secure than Wi-Fi as it cannot pass through walls and is not susceptible to radio interference or hacking attempts.
Increased bandwidth − With higher data transfer speeds compared to Wi-Fi, Li-Fi offers the potential for increased bandwidth in IoT devices and smart homes.
Overall, integration with IoT devices and smart homes could greatly enhance the capabilities and functionalities offered by Li-Fi technology.Use in Healthcare and Industrial Settings
Li-Fi technology has various potential applications in healthcare and industrial settings, providing a more secure and efficient way to transfer data. Here are some ways Li-Fi can be used −
Medical Data Transfer – In the healthcare industry, Li-Fi can be utilized for high-speed and secure data transfer of medical records, images, and other sensitive information between doctors, hospitals, and clinics. This can lead to faster diagnoses and treatments.
Manufacturing Industry – Li-Fi can also be implemented in the manufacturing industry to provide high-speed communication between machines on production lines. It allows for real-time monitoring of production processes which could lead to increased efficiency, reduced downtime, and cost-effectiveness.
Hazardous Environments – In hazardous environments such as oil refineries or chemical plants where radio waves can cause interference with equipment or pose a fire hazard, Li-Fi technology could be a safer alternative.
Lighting Controls – Li-Fi-enabled lights can also act as a medium of communication with smart lighting systems that detect human presence in a room or location within the facility.
Precision Agriculture – The agriculture sector could also benefit from the use of Li-Fi technology by setting up networked LED systems that would aid in detecting nutrient deficiency or disease identification early on in crops’ growth process.
The versatility of Li-Fi technology opens up possibilities for its use across several industries beyond information and communications technology (ICT). From enhanced security concerns to precision agriculture monitoring capabilities, it is evident that this cutting-edge technology holds an array of untapped potential yet to be explored fully!The Future of LiFi and its impact on Communication Technology
The future of LiFi technology appears very promising, and it is expected to have a significant impact on communication technology. With its high data transfer speeds and reduced interference from radio waves, it has the potential to revolutionize the way we communicate wirelessly.
One exciting application of LiFi technology is in smart lighting systems and IoT devices. The ability of LiFi-enabled devices to communicate with each other will lead to new possibilities for automation in homes, industries, and public spaces.
In healthcare settings specifically, Li-Fi could provide more secure communication channels between medical equipment whilst avoiding any safety issues associated with radio waves that health care personnel usually face from exposure over long periods during x-ray imaging procedures.
With all these potentials likes this already proven by various research worldwide including experiments run by Zumtobel group company’s Helvar at Monash University in Melbourne where they are creating an office network based entirely on light sources) among many others; there’s no telling what other developments might come up next – making us excited about a bright Lifi enabled future ahead!Conclusion
With its potential integration with IoT devices and smart homes, as well as its application in healthcare and industrial settings, Li-Fi seems to offer endless possibilities.
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