Visualizing Wi-Fi Signals with Light Painting

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Timo Arnall, who, together with Jack Schultze brought us a touchless Rube Goldberg machine based on RFID back in 2009, has teamed up with Jorn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen to produce Immaterials: Light Painting Wi-Fi, which is a project that visualizes wireless network signal strength in city areas using a custom-built 4-meter measuring rod equipped with LEDs and conventional light painting techniques. [via Core77]

2 thoughts on “Visualizing Wi-Fi Signals with Light Painting

  1. Ron Izzo says:

    Very interesting

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