Intel is one of the largest processor developers. The advancement of computer equipment in the past several decades is closely linked to new releases made by this company. Every year, computing elements shrink in size, allowing for more elements to fit inside a processor. By the way, the famous Moore’s law was initially coined by an Intel co-founder, Gordon Moore. Almost every modern personal computer features a chip from Intel. The alternative is AMD. Intel has been accused of unfair business practices and stifling competition on several occasions. In 2009, the company even had to pay out $1.25 billion to AMD to escape antimonopoly prosecution. Today, not only does Intel continue their traditional electronics development, but they are also working on their own quantum processors.
Holograms are an essential part of any sci-fi action movie. However, just how advanced is the technology in real life? Let's look at what holograms are, how they are used, and whether it is possible to create a hologram with our own fair hands.