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can u plz post about raibow technology..plz plz
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ABSTRACT
Rainbow technology,a breakthrough in digital data storage enables us to store up to a massive 450GB on just a piece of paper. Rainbow Storage is a group of techniques to store digital data known in as some rainbow colors, format, color and combinations and some symbols therefore a rainbow picture will be generated. The technique is used to achieve high-density storage. With the help of Rainbow system we would be watching full-length highdefinition videos from a piece of paper! The main attraction is the cheap paper. The Rainbow technology is feasible because printed text, readable by the human eye is a very wasteful use of the potential capacity of paper to store data. By
printing the data encoded in a denser way much higher capacities can be achieved. Paper is, of course, bio-degradable, unlike CDs or DVDs. And sheets of paper also cost a fraction of the cost of a CD or DVD. This boon to digital data storage is developed by Sainul Abideen, university technology student at the Muslim educational society Engineering College in Kerala.

HOW IS IT POSSIBLE
therefore looks like a print-out of the modern art. The paper can then be read through a specially developed scanner and the contents decoded into their
Data stored in rainbow format on an ordinary paper. It uses geometric shapes such as squares and hexagons to represent data patterns, instead of the usual binary method that uses ones and zeros to represent data. Besides, color is also used in the Rainbow system, to represent other data elements. Files such as text, images, sounds and video clips are encoded in "rainbow format" as colored circles, triangles, squares and so on, and printed as dense graphics on paper at a density of 2.7GB per square inch. An RVD
original digital format and viewed Rainbow feasible text, human wasteful or played. technology because eye use is by a of The is the very the
printed
readable
potential capacity of paper to store data. By printing the data encoded in a denser way much higher capacities can be achieved. The retrieval of data is done by scanning the paper or the plastic sheet containing the data into a scanner and later reading it over

monitor. Instead of using 0s and 1s, we use color dots where each color dot can represent minimum 8 bits (1 byte). will The be and rainbow highly can be IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS: picture
compressed
represented in any color medium. For retrieving the contents from the medium, picture from can be captured color "Although light and color and data can be generated the combinations. environmental differences
shading is a problem, it can overcome up to a certain limit by using efficient Discs can now be developed from plastic paper too which will be able to hold 450 GB of data. In order to read the Rainbow prints, all that is required is a mapping functions".

scanner and specialized software. Smaller scanners could fit inside laptop computers or mobile phones, and read SIM card-sized RVD's containing 5GB of data. The recording media could be either paper or plastic sheets. The piece of paper or even plastic sheet storing the data has just to be scanned in the scanner and read over the monitor. A scanning drive based on the Rainbow software has simultaneously been developed which will come in smaller sizes to be initially carried with the laptops and later to fit into their bodies. The developer is simultaneously moulding the technology into 'Rainbow Cards' which will be of SIM card size and store 5 GB of data equivalent to three films of DVD quality. As 'Rainbow Cards' will become Popular, Rainbow Card Readers
will replace CD drives of mobile phone and computer notebooks and will enable more data in portable forms for mini digital readers. Large scale manufacture of the Rainbow card will bring down its cost to just 50 paise DEMONSTRATION: DEMONSTRATION:
Sainul Abideen, the developer, explaining feature of his brainchild -Rainbow Technology The reporter of Arab News claims to have seen 450 pages of fully printed foolscap being stored on a 4-square inch piece of Rainbow paper. The reporter also claimed

that he was shown a 45-second video clip that was stored using the Rainbow system on a plain piece of paper. Abideen has demonstrated a 45-second video clip being encoded on paper, termed by him, a rainbow video disk - RVD - and then played back through a computer with an RVD scanner attached. In another demonstration he has shown 432 A4 pages of paper rainbow formatencoded and stored on a two-inch by two-inch square of paper. CD, DVDâ„¢s a thing of past. Currently, of the several options available for data storage, DVDs are the best mode, but are yet expensive. Sianul has said that a CD or DVD consumes 16gms of polycarbonate, which is a petroleum by-product. While a CD costs Rs. 15, his paper or plastic-made RVD will cost just about Rs. 1.50 and will even have 131 times more storage capacity. Using this technology an A4 sheet COMPARISON WITH OTHER STORAGE DEVICES: of paper could store 256GB of data. In comparison, a DVD can store 4.7GB of data.
Paper is, of course, bio-degradable, unlike CDs or DVDs. And sheets of paper also cost a fraction of the cost of a CD or DVD.

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He biodegradable nature of the storage devices would do away with the e-waste
ADVANTAGES: ¢ Data can be stored on an ordinary paper. ¢ Abideen claims that huge data banks can be constructed out of Rainbowbased storage medium. ¢ Larger amount of data can be had on lesser space. ¢ The extremely low-cost technology will drastically reduce the cost of storage and provide for high speed storage too. ¢ Files in any format like movie files, songs, images, text can be stored using this technology.
pollution. ¢ The four main storage devices made using this technology are RVD, Disposable storage, Data Banks, Rainbow cards, and answer to the storage problems faced by the computer world. ¢ With the help of disposable storage,a high density data storage is made possible even on paper or plastic sheets,any type of computer files can be stored and distributed this way,so instead of giving cd™s with the computer magazines,its content can be printed in a page,video albums, software etc.Can be

distributed at avery low cost with the help disposable storage ¢ Rainbow cards can be used in mobile devices in place of DVDs &VCDs.In a square inch sized rainbow cards, (equivalent to the size of sim card)more than 5GB data can be stored.A major crisis faced in the design of the small digital devices is the huge size of the CD/DVD drives.The rainbow cards can solve this problem.Unauthorized copies of the films can be controlled to a certain limits using these cards.A UK-based company has already evinced interest in making rainbow cards ¢ Another theme put forward by rainbow technology is the Data
Banks;it is huge server with a high storage capacity.As per a research project and implimentation done in US in 2003 to store the avaible static data(films,songs,tutorials presentations etc)the server required will cost $500 crores(23000 crores).But by using data banks ,a similar server can be made with Rs.35 lacks.All;the available films and other static data can be used by paying cash with the internet.Almost 125.603 PB data storage is possible in a Data Bank. ¢ Sainul is busy with project and implimentation Xpre3ssa now.It™s a software package for regional languages.By using this, News papers, stories, novels etc can be made audible in it™s own style.so online news papers and

novels can be enjoyed through mobile phone with a GPRS connection.Sainul Abideen, a native of Karingappara , is a freelence software developer.
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popularity of the Rainbow Technology, computer or fashion magazines in future need not carry CDs in a pack. One of the major advantages of the Rainbow system is the fact that it should cost a lot less to produce than the typical polycarbonate DVDs, CDs and now Blu- rays. Huge data banks can be
Un-authorized copies of the films can be controlled to a certain limit using these cards.
DISADVANTAGES: The paper has the tendency to fade away hence the data loss may occur.
constructed out of Rainbow-based storage medium. REFERENCES:
With the extremely low cost of using this technology we can always afford to have multiple copies. CONCLUSION: Once the Rainbow technology is in, soon we would be watching full-length high-definition videos from a piece of paper! With the 1. "Data Can Now Be Stored on Paper" by M. A. Siraj, Arab News (published November 18, 2006; accessed November 29, 2006) 2. Paper storage man misunderstood ” The Inquirer article, 12 December 2006 (retrieved 15 December 2006.

More:
Rainbow system is much better than binary storage, because it uses

geometric shapes such as squares and hexagons to represent data

patterns, instead of the usual binary method that uses ones and zeros

to represent data.Besides, color is also used in the Rainbow system,

to represent other data elements. In order to read the Rainbow

prints, all that is required is a scanner and specialized

software.One of the major advantages of the Rainbow system is the

fact that it should cost a lot less to produce than the typical

polycarbonate DVDs, CDs and now Blu-rays. Abideen claims that huge

data banks can be constructed out of Rainbow-based storage medium.

The main attraction seems to be the cheap paper.

3. "Store 256GB on an A4 sheet" by Chris Mellor, Techworld (published November 24, 2006; accessed November 29, 2006)
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can u pls give the ppt of rainbow technology
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can u pls mail the ppt of it to prajwalrk123@gmail.com
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05-07-2010, 09:17 PM

plz help me by giving seminar and presentation about the most popular memory storage "rainbow technology".
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plz help me by giving seminar and presentation about the digital light processing
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pls give the report and ppt of rainbow technology
pls giv the report of rainbow technology
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can anyone send ppt of rainbow technology
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please post ppt of Rainbow Technology to ashwinithimmappa010@gmail.com
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Hi,
sorry but the presentation of rainbow technology is not available as of now. We will let you know when it is uploaded.
The first page of this thread has the report of the topic.
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hi
you can refer these pages to get the details on rainbow-technology

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you can refer these pages to get the details on rainbow-technology

topicideashow-to-rainbow-technology

topicideashow-to-rainbow-technology--10405
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.docx   rainbow tech. aneesh.docx (Size: 334.21 KB / Downloads: 84)
RAINBOW TECHNOLOGY
1. INTRODUCTION

Rainbow technology, a breakthrough in digital data storage enables us to store up to a massive 450GB on just a piece of paper. Rainbow Storage is a group of techniques to store digital data in some colors, color combinations and some symbols known as rainbow format, and therefore a rainbow picture will be generated. The technique is used to achieve high-density storage. With the help of Rainbow system we would be watching full-length high-definition videos from a piece of paper.
The main attraction is the cheap paper. The Rainbow technology is feasible because printed text, readable by the human eye is a very wasteful use of the potential capacity of paper to store data. By printing the data encoded in a denser way much higher capacities can be achieved. Paper is, of course, bio-degradable, unlike CDs or DVDs. And sheets of paper also cost a fraction of the cost of a CD or DVD.
2. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE?
Data stored in rainbow format on an ordinary paper.
It uses geometric shapes such as squares and hexagons to represent data patterns, instead of the usual binary method that uses ones and zeros to represent data. Besides, color is also used in the Rainbow system, to represent other data elements. Files such as text, images, sounds and video clips are encoded in "rainbow format" as colored circles, triangles, squares and so on, and printed as dense graphics on paper at a density of 2.7GB per square inch. An RVD therefore looks like a print-out of the modern art.
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 Rainbow technology is feasible because printed text, readable by the human eye is a very wasteful use of the potential capacity of paper to store data. By printing the data encoded in a denser way much higher capacities can be achieved. The retrieval of data is done by scanning the paper or the plastic sheet containing the data into a scanner and later reading it over monitor. Instead of using 0s and 1s, we use color dots where each color dot can represent minimum 8 bits (1 byte). The rainbow picture will be highly compressed and can be represented in any color medium. For retrieving the contents from the medium, picture can be captured and data can be generated from the color combinations. "Although environmental light differences and color shading is a problem, it can overcome up to a certain limit by using efficient mapping functions".
3. Process of Storing data:
Printing at 1,200 dots per inch (DPI) leads to a theoretical maximum of 1,440,000 colored dots per square inch. If a scanner can reliably distinguish between 256 unique colors (thus encoding one byte per dot), the maximum possible storage is approximately 140 megabytes for a sheet of A4 paper–much lower when the necessary error correction is employed. If the scanner were able to accurately distinguish between 16,777,216 colors (24 bits, or 3 bytes per dot), the capacity would triple, but it still falls well below the media stories' claims of several hundred gigabytes.
Printing this quantity of unique colors would require specialized equipment to generate many spot colors. The process color model used by most printers provides only four colors, with additional colors simulated by a halftone pattern.
At least one of three things must be true for the claim to be valid:
 The paper must be printed and scanned at a much higher resolution than 1,200 DPI,
 The printer and scanner must be able to accurately produce and distinguish between an extraordinary number of distinct color values
 The compression scheme must be a revolutionary lossless compression algorithm.
If Rainbow's "geometric" algorithm is to be encoded and decoded by a computer, it would equally viable to store the compressed data on a conventional disk rather than printing it to paper or other non-digital medium. Printing something as dots on a page rather than bits on a disk will not change the underlying compression ratio, so a lossless compression algorithm that could store 250 gigabytes within a few hundred megabytes of data would be revolutionary indeed. Likewise, data can be compressed with any algorithm and subsequently printed to paper as colored dots. The amount of data that can be reliably stored in this way is limited by the printer and scanner, as described above.
4. IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS:
Discs can now be developed from plastic paper too which will be able to hold 450 GB of data.
In order to read the Rainbow prints, all that is required is a scanner and specialized software. Smaller scanners could fit inside laptop computers or mobile phones, and read SIM card-sized RVD's containing 5GB of data.
The recording media could be either paper or plastic sheets. The piece of paper or even plastic sheet storing the data has just to be scanned in the scanner and read over the monitor. A scanning drive based on the Rainbow software has simultaneously been developed which will come in smaller sizes to be initially carried with the laptops and later to fit into their bodies.
The developer is simultaneously moulding the technology into 'Rainbow Cards' which will be of SIM card size and store 5 GB of data equivalent to three films of DVD quality.
As 'Rainbow Cards' will become Popular, Rainbow Card Readers will replace CD drives of mobile phone and computer notebooks and will enable more data in portable forms for mini digital readers. Large scale manufacture of the Rainbow card will bring down its cost to just 50 paise
Principle I
“Every color or color combinations can be converted in to some values and from the values the colors or color combinations can be regenerated”.
Principle II
“Every different color or color combinations will produce different values”.
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RAINBOW TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION

Rainbow technology, a breakthrough in digital data storage enables us to store up to a massive 450 GB on just a piece of paper.
Rainbow Storage is a group of techniques to store digital data in some colors, color combinations and some symbols known as rainbow format, and therefore a rainbow picture will be generated.
With the help of Rainbow system we would be watching full-length high-definition videos from a piece of paper.
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE?
It uses geometric shapes such as squares and hexagons to represent data patterns, instead of the usual binary method that uses ones and zeros to represent data.
Files such as text, images, sounds and video clips are encoded in "rainbow format" as colored circles, triangles, squares and so on, and printed as dense graphics on paper at a density of 2.7GB per square inch.
Instead of using 0s and 1s, we use color dots where each color dot can represent minimum 8 bits (1 byte). The rainbow picture will be highly compressed and can be represented in any color medium.
"Although environmental light differences and color shading is a problem, it can overcome up to a certain limit by using efficient mapping functions".
Process of Storing data
Printing at 1,200 dots per inch (DPI) leads to a theoretical maximum of 1,440,000 colored dots per square inch.
If a scanner can reliably distinguish between 256 unique colors, the maximum possible storage is approximately 140 megabytes for a sheet of A4 paper.
If the scanner were able to accurately distinguish between 16,777,216 colors (24 bits, or 3 bytes per dot), the capacity would triple claims of several hundred gigabytes.
At least one of three things must be true for the claim to be valid:
The paper must be printed and scanned at a much higher resolution than 1,200 DPI,
The printer and scanner must be able to accurately produce and distinguish between an extraordinary number of distinct color values
The compression scheme must be a revolutionary lossless compression algorithm.
a lossless compression algorithm that could store 250 GB
within a few hundred megabytes of data. Likewise, data can be
compressed with any algorithm and subsequently printed to
paper as colored dots
IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS:
The piece of paper or even plastic sheet storing the data has just to be scanned in the scanner and read over the monitor.
The developer is simultaneously moulding the technology into 'Rainbow Cards' which will be of SIM card size and store 5 GB of data equivalent to three films of DVD quality.
As 'Rainbow Cards' will become Popular, Rainbow Card Readers will replace CD drives of mobile phone and computer notebooks
Large scale manufacture of the Rainbow card will bring down its cost to just 50 paise
Principle I
“Every color or color combinations can be converted in to some values and from the values the colors or color combinations can be regenerated”.
Principle II
“Every different color or color combinations will produce different values”.
COMPARISON WITH OTHER STORAGE DEVICES
Currently, of the several options available for data storage, DVDs are the best mode, but are yet expensive.
While a CD costs Rs. 15, his paper or plastic-made RVD will cost just about Rs. 1.50 and will even have 131 times more storage capacity.
Using this technology an A4 sheet of paper could store 450 GB of data. In comparison, a DVD can store 4.7GB of data.
Paper is, of course, bio-degradable, unlike CDs or DVDs. And sheets of paper also cost a fraction of the cost of a CD or DVD.
ADVANTAGES
The extremely low-cost technology will drastically reduce the cost of storage and provide for high speed storage too.
Files in any format like movie files, songs, images, text can be stored using this technology.
The biodegradable nature of the storage devices would do away with the e-waste pollution.
The four main storage devices made using this technology are RVD, Disposable storage, Data Banks, Rainbow cards.
Rainbow cards can be used in mobile devices in place of DVDs & VCDs.
The rainbow cards can solve this problem. Un-authorized copies of the films can be controlled to a certain limits using these cards.
Another theme put forward by rainbow technology is the Data Banks. it is huge server with a high storage capacity.
As per a research project and implimentation done in US in 2003 to store the available static data, the server required will cost $500 crores(23000 crores). But by using data banks ,a similar server can be made with Rs.35 lacks.
DISADVANTAGES
The paper has the tendency to fade away hence the data loss may occur.
With the extremely low cost of using this technology we can always afford to have multiple copies.
CONCLUSION
Once the Rainbow technology is in, soon we would be watching full-length high-definition videos from a piece of paper!
With the popularity of the Rainbow Technology, computer or fashion magazines in future need not carry CDs in a pack.
It should cost a lot less to produce than the typical polycarbonate DVDs, CDs and now Blu- rays. Huge data banks can be constructed out of Rainbow-based storage medium.
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