Friday, December 26, 2014

Multi-D Invention for Space1

The Multi-D invention can undergo development and testing in the Multi-D Laboratories controlled environment chamber. The Lab has a level safety net for level I testing. Level II must be isolated outdoors for safety reasons.
Humanoido has invented the spectacular and powerful Multi-D invention for Space1. The Multi-D Imaging and Testing Lab is now established for testing and development of this remarkable device.

In the actual machine, the Multi-D can have flight in various positions relative to the tourism rocket's flight during the flight mission. With its mind remotely controlled, it can move to anywhere in the dimensional matrix grid and then datalize. So essentially there are two changing vectored flights.


This is defined by the dual calculus of the differential equation of changing orientation of two flight paths. It can provide spectacular sci data and views, ideal for many purposes of the space tour, of data for space flight, of show for investors and for tourists. It will become an integral part of the space tourist system.

NASA wanted something like this for Space Shuttle missions, but it never developed it. If NASA had developed it, it could have helped recognize the anomalies that led to the crash of Space Shuttle Columbia on Feb. 1, 2003.

Safety is paramount in Space1's Tourist System, which includes the Safety Rocket invention. Multi-D may seem like a safety redundant system feature, but its many additional uses are remarkable.

Multi-D stands for Multi Dimensional, and refers to the ability for the system to move within a multidimensional grid or matrix framework relative to a changing source, in this case the tourism rocket.

Extrapolating some ideas of Multi-D, it could serve as a time and space calibration for the RTM Referential Time Machine. It could also have telemetric interfacing to the avataric connection in real time, though the complexity of this may require additional design work.