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Guided By The Light – The Future Of The Internet Is Li-Fi | Mach | NBC News

Researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center in Natick, Massachusetts believe Wi-Fi won’t be able to support the growing number of devices that need a secure internet connection. Luckily, photonic technology, known as Li-Fi, could be the solution, and it will soon be a regular part of your laptop.
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  1. What's next, toilet cams? I don't like outside eyes or ears in the home. Your home is your sanctuary from the world. Pretty sad when you have to ask a company to turn on your lamp.

  2. So is this seemed less like a news piece and more like an infomercial. What happened?

  3. Line of sight? Impractical. This’ll never fly.

  4. Hi all, Michael the Archangel here with you in Los Angeles,
    the City of Angels.
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  5. Astonishing. But I have my concerns. This technology will have unprecedented effects on the human nervous system. Some of this data could be uploaded, if you will, into a human thru the eyes and skin, possibly affecting his or her perception of reality or disrupt cognitive processes in the brain. Thru the skin, this light data could interfere with cellular signaling mechanisms inside of individual cells. Kind of a virtual reality effect without the headset. This technology makes me a little nervous. It's hard enough dealing with all the physical and visual stimulus of everyday life. I just don't know about this. Most people can't even live without being controlled by their emotions or egotistical issues. This technology should have a very expensive price. The masses are not cognitively ready for it. Does mind control ring a bell?

  6. No thanks. I like my life simple..sometimes analog 😊

  7. Not only is it obsolete it's extremely insecure. It's basically an IR receiver which anybody with even a Galaxy phone can break into using remote apps.

  8. This gizmo works by light…even in the dark?
    I'm old and I'm afraid.

  9. It's a lot safer that's for sure.

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