Since the dawn of humankind, part of our innate nature is our awareness of our ability to "remember" and with it, a relentless need to "record" what we remember; to communicate our experiences to others when verbal communication fell frustratingly short.
Starting from 30,000 year old cave drawings, humans have devised ever more expressive and meaningful methods to record human experience. Over many centuries, this innate human need manifests itself again and again. From written language to drawing to Gutenberg's printing press, humans have devised increasingly immersive methods to convey a more compelling "recording" of human experience. With the dawn of electricity and radio, the concept of telecommunication became a reality. The Telegraph, the Telephone, and Television clearly stand out as landmark achievements to communicate words, sound and imagery in motion. Now, in the 21st Century, TeleLumen has developed the technology to record and playback light with new levels of fidelity, vividness and accuracy never before achieved.