A Generalized Architecture for Quantum Confined Holographic Projection (QCHP). (A programmable reality)

Creating and manipulating objects within a projected reality.

Also:  Transiting projected realities within a quantum-confined environment.

Robert Cathcart

(Outline Only)

Introduction

Reality as Information

Reality as Holographic Projection

A Generalized Architecture for Quantum Confined Holographic Projection (QCHP)

  • Quantum Confined Holographic Projection (QCHP)
    • The Classical-Quantum Interface
    • Qubit Generation
    • Error Checking
    • Transport
    • Processing
    • Memory
    • Storage
    • Holographic Projection of Quantum Representations
  • Open Questions

QCHP Classical-Quantum Interface

  • The classical-quantum interface
  • Open Questions

QCHP Qubit Generation and Error Checking

  • Qubit Generation
  • Error Checking
  • Open Questions

QCHP Qubit Transport

  • Transport
  • Repeaters
  • Open Questions

QCHP Processing, Memory (QRAM), and Storage

  • Processing
  • Memory (QRAM)
  • Storage
    • Nano-Photonic Optical Lattices
    • Manipulation of Multiferroic Photorefractive Materials
    • Holographic Data Storage and Retrieval
  • Open Questions

QCHP Holographic Projection of Quantum Representations

  • Multiferroics and Material Construction
  • Acousto-Optics and Wave Mixing
  • Nano-Photonic Waveguide Assemblies
  • The Confined Quantum Environment
  • Open Questions

Quantum Representational Storage

Pre-defined Quantum State Definitions. (QSD)

Special Topic:  Transiting projected realities within a quantum-confined environment.

  • QCHP Reference Reversal
  • Encryption Keys
  • Geometry and Coordinates
  • Open Questions

QCHP Overview

Conclusions

Supporting References