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    #389 - ION mod idea by Infineon


    Glowing Wireframe of a Molecular Orbital Scientific Display - Ion Placement in Center

    The Glowing Molecular Dynamics 3d Model Wire Frame would have a Transperent Ion-Orb that sits in the center

    Center pice would be a tranparent orb that would also glow encapsulating the ion motherboard so you could still see the chipset and printer circuit board within. It would be at the nucles of a Glowing 3d model wire frame with nvida ion branding and logos.

    3D Wireframe Pic

    Attachments extruding from 3d Wireframe and any thing glowing would be a combination of Blended Nvidia colors ( Black, Yellow and Green )

    Wireframe would glow and be encompassed by fiberoptics simulating a glowing ball of electrical charged plasma. The free air remaining would allow for enought transperency to see the Ion encapsulated orb in the center

    Fiber Optics Pics

    Electrical Charged Plasma Pic

    Orb Pic - Ion inside Plastic Ball

    Green Fiber Optics

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    #389 - ION mod idea by Infineon

    dont know how "low power" this would turn out.. certaitny an interesting idea.. save the problem of the plasma ball.. it has DEVESTATING effects to anything metal around it.. and i can only assume that in close proximity of sensitive computer componets not to mention the electrical impulses that run across the circitry that the plasma sphere would in short time do extensive damage not only to the computer itself but to the user

    touchign any meta near the glass causes the glass to lose its insulative properties and people have been hurt from shocks and burns from the arcing energy escaping... really interesting idea.. just dont know how viable.. or safe it would be.

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