Electromagnet for Orion Nuclear Pulse Propulsion

This illustration captures the idea of having an artificially generated magnetic field such as that envisioned to shield Mars from solar wind but instead to shield and capture the momentum from a nuclear blast from a fusion pallet with propellant encased.

This type of hypothetical ship that is rounded will also allow redundant centrifuge to sustain 1g for the crew during stationary periods. Or if it turns out that linear acceleration is too unstable to be used as artificial gravity.

Earth also absorbs momentum from the solar wind but it is massive in comparison to the solar particles that hit it’s magnetic field, in the above illustration the mass of the space craft relative to the “solar wind” from the nuke propellant are at more equal levels for the space craft magnetic field to absorb the nuclear momentum and transfer it to the ship.

Holographic/Volumetric R&D Lab

After some brief interactions with volumetric & Holographic experts, there appears to be a scale limit at present with how large we can do a floating STL  model.

My idea is to have a near vacuum chamber filled with helium if required to minimize glass chamber weight and increase speed of sound to allow high frame rate 30FPS 3D images to exist. In this scenario we require a cross shaped rotating 2 panel system 36m diameter to spin up  to about 300 RPM.

For the simulation of lighter than air structures/buildings and airships especially on other planets, a responsive 3D display technology will be minimal to make investors feel secure that every engineering variable is visualized and crutinized in real time simulations factoring Earthquakes, wind and turbulance.

My idea of a space shuttle sized imager is still years away, in the mean time:

This year PhotonBytes will acquire the:

The Voxon VX1 – now available for purchase

For the pupose of RungeKutta Real Time Simuation:

from Voxon Photonics.