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Our Future Vision

First of all we have to emphasize that our biolamp is not really developed, it is only a prototype to prove that it is possible and that it has effectiveness and productivity.

- It is very promising as a clean, cheap and respectful with the environment way to have light --> supplied by Sun.

- We can have it in our houses, in hospitals, industries and street as lighting system.

- Going further: in inhabited lunar modules or the International Space Station it would be able to absorb the CO2 produced by astronauts or any intern combustion system and, at the same time, to produce O2.

- Very useful in submarines and/or oceanographic submersibles and for technical deep diving or night diving --> It emits a light with an identical wavelength to the one what bioluminescent marine organisms have, with it we won’t alarm or stress marine creatures.

- If we develop enough the system of movement control it would be able to work for “bacterial screens” to TVs, cinematography…

- In nature it is cheaper than old models of bioluminescent lamps.

- It has not electrical intermediaries for the power supply.

- Conclusion: the economical, ecological and functional potential results are wide and interesting so they can revolutionize the lighting industry and propel the development of new technologies related to biotechnology and as source of resources for obtaining new forms of renewable energy.