Updated: Jun 13
In computer science, a heartbeat is a periodic signal generated by hardware or software to indicate normal operation or to synchronize other parts of a computer system. Because a heartbeat is intended as an indication of health or optimal machine function, it’s important the heartbeat protocol and delivery system are completely reliable.
Tomestic’s Vital Life Source (VLS) is the heartbeat of its Organic Living Book (OLB) and a symbolic living entity that communicates the life of the book.
The OLB is embedded with Organic Photovoltaic Cells which show the reader it’s “alive” when charged. The more light the cells receive, the higher the rate of pulsation. On the flip side, the cells pulsate more slowly with less light. The connection between the OPV material surrounding the VLS and minicomputer provides the VLS access to an online database that reveals information about OLB readers.
The VLS device's acceptor and donor cells are in the shape of a Metatron cube located on the inside of the OLB's cover. Not only does it represent a portal to higher intelligence, it also has spiritual significance. This mystical cube is named after the Archangel Metatron who surveys the flow of energy connecting earth and the divine. It contains five Platonic Solids, symbolizing the underlying patterns which exist in nature (the elements of earth, air, fire, water, and the universe) and is a reminder the universe wants us to discover our personal power and use it to do good.
Tomestic wants to do good by placing OLBs in the hands of readers worldwide. Our patent-pending technology will generate and deliver extended reality content to physical, electronic and audio media. We’ll deploy it to engage an audience that expects an elevated level of interactivity and entertainment, culminating in a goal to raise global learning retention by 2030. Visit the Tomestic 'Home' page and sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest company news. #vitallifesource #organiclivingbook #extendedreality #newtechnology #innovation #tomestic