If you have pictures, files, and any similar data you wish to guarantee will survive through the worst apocalypse circumstances, though, this record-keeping disk is just the place where you might want those things recorded.
Manufactured by Fahrenheit 2451, the item is known as “the only storage channel that can resist water, fire, and time.” The item is virtually unalterable, so except if you lose it, you can utilize it to access any saved data throughout your lifetime, long after your published documents have faded, all the USB drives you kept have perished, and the cloud service getting hacked.
Just like microfilms, the Nanoform holds your data in a small size (1/30,000th scale), letting you force an enormous load of texts and photos on one disk. Just how much content? As outlined by the provider, around 10,000 letter pages at 150 dpi or perhaps about 2,500 650 by 850 pictures. The whole the file is laser-engraved, organized based on your needs, with retrieval easily attained by placing it in a microscope, browsing it using a magnifying glass, or simply scan it with a high-resolution scanner. You may also take a photo up-close and blow it up on a personal computer.