Seminar on Data Storage on fingernail With Report
Recently, there have been rapid developments in the field of information technology, resulting in the need to generate, store, and transport a large amount of information while ensuring data security, an important issue in today's digital age. To meet future demands in information technology, femtosecond laser pulse processing offers a powerful tool for developing new high-capacity devices because it allows fabrication of three-dimensional (3-D) structures inside a wide range of transparent materials. In particular, multilayered 3-D optical bit recording is a promising technique for next-generation computing systems because it offers a large recording capacity by stacking many recording layers without increasing the recording density per layer . Our goal is to realize optical data storage in a human fingernail for highly secure data transportation that does not suffer from problems such as theft, forgery, or loss of recording media .