The Holo-Net has a long history, starting all the way at 2009 to the present
The Concept of the Holo-Net first originated from the Tri-Syntax calculation theory, first proposed by 5-year-old Albright Einstein in 2009, who had not died before he was born at the time, to his Kindergarten Teacher. However, the child's idea was stolen from him and credited to Bill Nye. To attempt to try to use the theory for new computing, the Holo-Team built the first Holo-Computer. Being a huge success (it was 5-million times more powerful than a Vista computer and 5 thousand times more powerful than a Mac), they created Holo-Net Inc. Perfecting the unit, they finally released the product in 2010. Shortly thereafter, the Holo-Net was predicted to be the network of the future and Internet pages began being transferred to the Holo-Net for a dollar a page.
The entire Internet was transferred onto the Holo-Net on February 6th, 2019 (with a few exceptions when it came to donation-reliant servers, see Wikipedia). There was shortly another dot-com (or dot-hol) company boom (see Rise and Fall of the Second Dot-Com Company Trend) which soon failed like its predecessor. Soon after this, the Internet failed completely which led directly to the 2020 Information Wipeout. As the Holo-Net at the time was tied into the Internet, the collapse also pulled much information of the Holo-Net servers. Most of the information was recovered, thanks to the Tri-Syntax nature of the Holo-Net, but the remaining information was lost irrevocably and only extensive research of the ruins of the internet and paper documents have turned up anything of significance (See Polaron).
The Holo-Computer has very little hardware. Nonetheless, the system is very complicated and is generally put into 3 parts: Output, Input, and the Unit
The Unit is the actual Holo-Computer device; it calculates all of the input, output, among other things. It also puts out the Holo-Field used for displaying input and output. The Unit is usually the size of an early 21st Century cell phone, although the smallest unit ever is the size of a fingernail. The unit generally draws power from the BRB-energy created from the Holo-Net itself, however, older units used fossil fuels.
The basic output is created with the Unit's Holo-Field, where the spare Connect Ions in the field are aligned and colored to create a 3 dimensional screen. The Ions are also vibrated is specific patterns to create noise, effectively eliminating the use of information age speakers and screens.
The Varkish-Al receiver in the unit captures user's thoughts within the field and processes them into commands and when typing, words. However, some users prefer Ionated keyboards and various other pieces of Input hardware for things like games and other, more advanced tasks.
Thought-powered gaming has become a revolutionary new method of playing games with the advent of the Varkish-Al receiver in 2033. However, people who extensively use this method sometimes fall victim to Gamer's Syndrome, which ultimately results in the victim being unable to think in anything but gaming terms.
.hol and variantsEdit
|East Asia Republic (as of 2033)||.hol.ear|
|L. Eurasian Republic (as of 2031)||.hol.ler|
|R. Eurasian Federation (as of 2031)||.hol.reft|
|The Unified Coalition of Antarctica (As of 2211, not to confused with the Coalition)||.hol.ant|
|.hol.php||PHP pages that are embedded within the Holo-Net, archaic and replaced with .hol.trs|
|.hol.trs||Tri-Syntax embedded pages. Holds information repositories.|
|.hol.mtrs||Multiversal link page, connected to central Multiverse hub.|
|.hol.resl||Locked Holo-Net Research pages.|