Everything can be represented as light with examples including text, numbers, objects and patterns. They can be each given a unique
signature in the form of a colour code.
This approach is an example of what can be called ‘chromatic computers’ or computers that operate using light. Light can be decomposed into a colour spectrum and colours can be used to represent data and to do mathematical procedures.
Chromatic computers are an example of analogue computers which can simulate various scientific and engineering processes and use real continuous numbers rather than binary ones employed by digital computers.
Chromathics is a process of doing calculations and transformations with visible light. Light-based operations can be performed at speeds faster than digital ones and can compress data far better than can be done with digital computers.