Directed Energy is encouraging the public to become a part of the 'Voices of Humanity' project. People will be able to send their thoughts, movies, images and even their DNA into space on the 'Humanity Chip,' essentially becoming a time capsule. According to ReleaseWire, "The team developed the idea as a way of 'taking humanity' on their long term development program for a NASA supported directed energy mission study."
The goal of the campaign is to place the Humanity Chip onto a spacecraft and launch it into space on increasingly complex missions. Interested consumers can be a part of it all by helping to fund the project on the company's Kickstarter website. Eventually, 'Voices of Humanity' will also offer a 'Beam Me Up' mode that will allow consumers to relay their data to a specific place in space, for example, the Moon.
'Voices of Humanity' Gives Anyone the Chance to Send Something Into Space
1. Space-based Time Capsules - The 'Voices of Humanity' project is creating opportunities for individuals to send their thoughts, movies, images, and DNA into space, effectively creating space-based time capsules.
2. Directed Energy Missions - The 'Voices of Humanity' project is part of a NASA-supported directed energy mission study, presenting potential disruptive innovation opportunities in directed energy missions.
3. Crowdfunding for Space Projects - The 'Voices of Humanity' project is utilizing crowdfunding on Kickstarter to fund its space missions, showcasing the growing trend of crowdfunding for space projects.
1. Space Exploration - The 'Voices of Humanity' project is disrupting the space exploration industry by offering consumers the chance to send personal data into space and potentially revolutionize our understanding of the cosmos.
2. Technology - The 'Voices of Humanity' project demonstrates the potential for disruptive innovation in the technology industry, where advanced data storage and transmission methods can be applied to space missions.
3. Crowdfunding - The 'Voices of Humanity' project highlights the use of crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter as a disruptive innovation opportunity to raise funds for space ventures.