Even though holographic technology is only just emerging, it’s already changing lives. Image by Bertrand Duperrin via Flickr Even though holographic technology is only just emerging, its footprint can be found everywhere. From museums to dance clubs, you may not have noticed it but holograms have already hit the mainstream. After all, if you’re able to see real-time interactive holograms while stepping to drum and bass at your local night club, I think it’s pretty safe to say that people are already saying “I remember holograms before they were cool”.
When you create something that’s unique and useful, it is within you best interest to seek a patent for your creation. Seeking a patent gives you exclusive rights to the use of your creation, offering you legal protection and prohibiting unauthorized use. The following reviews the basic process for protecting your ideas:
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In today’s business world, it can be difficult to differentiate your business from all the others out there in your industry. That means you need to play up your business’s strengths in order to really stand out. Members of the small business community know a bit about standing out from the crowd. Here are some secrets they’ve shared in this week’s Small Business Trends community and information roundup.