Storing 256GB on an A4 sheet

Its amazing to think this is even possible, but an Idian Engineering Student has made it possible using new ‘Rainbow Technology’.

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A DVD disk can hold upto 4.7GB of Data An A4 sheet can hold upto 256GB of Data

 

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An A4 Sheet can hold upto 256GB of Data with the new ‘Rainbow Technology’

Data can be encoded into coloured geometric shapes and stored in dense patterns on paper.Files such as text, images, sounds and video clips are encoded in “rainbow format” as coloured circles, triangles, squares and so on, and printed as dense graphics on paper at a density of 2.7GB per square inch. The paper can then be read through a specially developed scanner and the contents decoded into their original digital format and viewed or played. The encoding and decoding processes have not been revealed’.Techworld.com

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5 Responses

  1. Wow that’s awesome.If it can actually be done,it would be revolutionary.

    We Indians are pretty intelligent.Actually South Indians are.There’s a lot of contradiction and most of the people think it’s not possible.Let’s see if it actually is.

  2. If this is possible it would be brilliant ish. Some of the ideas people come up with are a little wierd but those are the ones that end up making life so much easier lol. Thanks for commenting ish

  3. that’s so right.A little creativity and imagination is all it takes to make great things.A lot of hard work and a bit of brains help too.

  4. It can be promising !
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    Goodbye

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