The future in communicating with the body is with holograms.
Lasers are used to imprint information into 8ight’s holographic
discs. The information needed to achieve balance, harmony, and
influence the body toward wellness as it communicates through the
body's acupuncture meridians.
The Science of 8ight
April 8, 2007 –
Holograms were chosen as a delivery vehicle to relay information to
the human body due to their storage and retrieval properties. The concentrated
layers in each hologram are determined based on scientific testing using
surface mammography, oximeters, spectrographs, thermal imaging and other
Basic design elements in the Data Disc™ are a mathematical vortex
which incorporates color, geometry, symbols, and intention names lasered
into each hologram during the manufacturing process.
The layered images may or may not be visible to the eye, but are imbedded
in the design. The basis for design is derived from the Haramein-Rauscher
solution to torque and Coriolis force as an amendment to Einstein’s
field equations, which modifies the Kerr-Newman solution as noted under
What is a Hologram?
There are two basic types of holograms -- reflection and transmission. They
can be distinguished by the way in which they are illuminated.
· Reflection holograms are lit from the front, reflecting the
light to you as you view it, like a painting or photograph hung on a
· Transmission holograms are lit from the rear (like a photographic
transparency) and bend light as it passes through the hologram to your
eyes to form the image.
How Do You Make a Hologram?
The process of creating a hologram begins with a focused beam of laser light.
The laser-beam is split into two separate beams: A reference beam, which
remains static throughout much of the process and goes directly into the
holographic film. The information beam passes through an image. When light
encounters an image, its composition changes so that the image is in its
waveform. When these two beams overlap it creates a pattern of light interference.
The image is produced on holographic film, which has a resolving power
of 50 or more times that of photographic film.
A hologram can be made not only with the light waves of a laser, but
also with sound waves and other waves in the electro-magnetic spectrum.
Holograms made with X-rays or ultraviolet light can record images of
particles smaller than visible light, such as atoms or molecules. Microwave
holography detects images deep in space by recording the radio waves
they emit. Acoustical holography uses sound waves to "see through" solid
Holographic Data Storage
As holograms evolve they have the potential to become the next generation of
popular storage media, with far more storage capacity and faster transfer
rates than CDs and DVDs
Blu-ray and HD-DVD are the next-generation of digital storage available
today and were built upon current DVD technology to increase data storage,
but exciting changes are in store with the use of holograms.
The race is on to get consumer-friendly holographic storage systems
to the marketplace by 2010. Current research and development is underway
for HVD. It is the next big jump in holographic storage with the ability
to store more than 1 terabyte of information -- that's 200 times more
than a single-sided DVD and 20 times more than a current double-sided
With the development a computerized holographic display, it is anticipated
that TV sets with 3-D images might be available for as little as $5,000
within the next ten years.
8ight will continue to stay on top of developing holographic technology
and incorporate state-of-the-art science into every Data Disc™ produced.
State of the art laser technologies are used in our fully custom design to
creation unique, proprietary images in three dimensions. As with most scientific
and mathematical advances in our recent times, the average person cannot
differentiate between the many different holograms without the interpretation
of a holographic specialist. Since proprietary information is in each of
the 8ight’s holographic Data Disc™ it is of note that security
is built into our products.
Assurances that the product is genuine and will perform according to
Reduces the sale and use of counterfeit products
Enhances the visual appeal of the product
Makes forgery more difficult and unlikely
Provides potential forensic information for prosecution
At 8ight we have taken the first step using positive intention in the
words we use to describe all products. Product testing points to the
power of intention and the benefits of suggestion. Positive intention
is integrated into the products and into the very fabric of our company.
History of Holograms
In 1947 Hungarian physicist and Nobel Prize winner in physics Dennis Gabor
developed the theory of holography. However, the first 3D holograms were
not made until 1963 with the development of laser technology.
In the United States, you'll find high security holograms on driver's
licenses in many states, as well as on postage stamps and a variety of
government issued bonds and certificates. All new passports ar incripted
with a hologram.
There has been one on every VISA® and MASTER CARD® since 1994.