no_image_available_3Digital document technology began when original subject Myanu created a wearable headset that projected information from the database of the Femakixirpaxul, into holographic form for viewing in front of the eyes. The dux allowed users to parse information from the database, without the need to sit or stand at an interface terminal. Dux headsets were streamlined by Ukel Systems in the era of the Fifth Gen, designed as ear and nose-bridge pieces capable of parsing clear viewable documents from axico and odux readers.

no_image_available_3In the era of the Tenth-Gen, an institutional need for privacy prompted Ramaxi Prime Credit, the Ramaxian Health system, and World Oceans, to solicit a digital document viewer that would not reveal information to those not meant to see it. In 2213, Brigitat Digitronics created a pliable paper-thin digital document device with touch interface capability. The duxpak allowed those employed in the administrative, medical, and military service, to set up and view disposable information, without the need for an axico, or a Filmark. It also negated the need for open portable Bivs or wearable dux units, in services where privacy was paramount. In the citizenry-market, the duxpak is a modern form of note-sharing between strangers and peers. Users recycle duxpak in Pak-Bins that destroy the devices immediately, retaining their ingredients, and reconstructing new, blank duxpak, within seconds.