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Holocron Data Storage Idea
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SubmitterJudaKasMore Photos from JudaKas   Last Update2011/3/4 8:23    
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I came up with this rough idea last night, I thought it would be cool to build a working Holocron data storage device that also looks pretty... obviously I don't have the technology at my disposal to be able to unlock Holocrons with my mind... so I came up with the "Holocron Reader" idea!.

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Ithinari
Published: 2012/1/30 15:36  Updated: 2012/1/30 15:36
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Joined: 2011/9/20
From: Washington
Comments: 820
 Re: Holocron Data Storage Idea
I like this idea. With the right programming the flash drive could be designed to auto-run once plugged in. A simple near-computer-like device could be programmed simply for running the program on the holocron as well providing a simple keyboard that would allow a person to "flip pages" through the holocron or pause it. Basically making something like an MP3 player in which the "song" is plugged in rather than saved onto the device.

Impractical in the modern era, but awesome.