RADI

RADI is a technology dedicated to the monitoring of radiation levels. Radiation is like the weather, it moves across the globe and wanes in and out of concentration in plumes. This makes judging the danger of an event difficult. By creating a live map using crowdsourced data, RADI wishes to create useful information that can keep track of radiation plumes and other dangerous events. RADI specializes in the tracking of nuclear material to create maps of radiation movement, but we need your help. RADI relies on crowdsourced technology, meaning our users are in the field collecting data. This civilian scientist approach allows RADI to be everywhere while constantly checking the accuracy of data entries with our machine learning comparative analysis tools. After the Fukushima disaster, and Tensions with North Korea, visualizing dangerous radiation is a realistic priority. Access to maps show what areas are dangerous or what areas will become dangerous. Radiation damage is long term, but its solution can be rapid and democratic.

 

RADI is in the funding stage and needs investment to reach its production and research goals.

Project in Collaboration with Dr. Xue Yingjia (薛英家) of Giera Technology

 Radi is possible through converting the photodiodes in Giera Technology's TFT photodiode LCD's. If you change the coating on the photodiode, you can create diodes that are sensitive to different spectrums of energy. A coating that is sensitive to ionizing radiation can create a film that can detect radiation.

Radi is possible through converting the photodiodes in Giera Technology's TFT photodiode LCD's. If you change the coating on the photodiode, you can create diodes that are sensitive to different spectrums of energy. A coating that is sensitive to ionizing radiation can create a film that can detect radiation.

 Many shortcomings of the current touch ecosystem can be resolved through adoption of LCD technology capable of Touch-less Human Machine Interaction capabilities. RADI can achieve both radiation detection and touch-less HMI interactions. Some devices have the force touch interaction like the iPhone, but tablets cannot because of the way force touch is calculated. Adopting a new standard that can be implemented across all devices should be a priority in order for OS’s not to splinter long term. All devices can have a unified design language and secondary interaction pattern.

Many shortcomings of the current touch ecosystem can be resolved through adoption of LCD technology capable of Touch-less Human Machine Interaction capabilities. RADI can achieve both radiation detection and touch-less HMI interactions. Some devices have the force touch interaction like the iPhone, but tablets cannot because of the way force touch is calculated. Adopting a new standard that can be implemented across all devices should be a priority in order for OS’s not to splinter long term. All devices can have a unified design language and secondary interaction pattern.

 TFT LCD production is a layered process. The more layers, the greater the cost due to alignment in manufacturing. Alignment of films is one of the greatest challenges in LCD manufacturing. RADI destroys the need for a touch layer. The color filter layer becomes the touch model due to improvements in embedded diode technology.

TFT LCD production is a layered process. The more layers, the greater the cost due to alignment in manufacturing. Alignment of films is one of the greatest challenges in LCD manufacturing. RADI destroys the need for a touch layer. The color filter layer becomes the touch model due to improvements in embedded diode technology.

 A large data set allows for comparative analysis of the data as a whole. These overlapping “maps” create a common ledger that can determine legitimate sources of radiation from illegitimate sources.

A large data set allows for comparative analysis of the data as a whole. These overlapping “maps” create a common ledger that can determine legitimate sources of radiation from illegitimate sources.

 RADI is fundamentally a technology about expanding the capabilities of touchscreen devices. An example of how RADI might be used is a map that shows live radiation movement.

RADI is fundamentally a technology about expanding the capabilities of touchscreen devices. An example of how RADI might be used is a map that shows live radiation movement.

 Embedded Diodes can be etched onto the black matrix area of the LCD screen. These are units used to separate individual pixels so that there is segregation between red green and blue pixels. Adding this would not increase the thickness of the screen and may even reduce costs at scale.

Embedded Diodes can be etched onto the black matrix area of the LCD screen. These are units used to separate individual pixels so that there is segregation between red green and blue pixels. Adding this would not increase the thickness of the screen and may even reduce costs at scale.

 Because RADI can detect magnitude and direction, It is also possible to confirm the source of radiation using epicenter mapping. 3 or more datapoint confirming a common source can identify the the source of radiation.

Because RADI can detect magnitude and direction, It is also possible to confirm the source of radiation using epicenter mapping. 3 or more datapoint confirming a common source can identify the the source of radiation.

 These maps can reference public images on social media so that more information can be learned about the radiation in question. The network effect can be applied to RADI and change at a global scale can happen.

These maps can reference public images on social media so that more information can be learned about the radiation in question. The network effect can be applied to RADI and change at a global scale can happen.