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Digital Ethereal
The art and science of illuminating the invisible

+Newcastle University PhD student, Luis Hernan has once again shown that art+science=awesome in his Digital Ethereal project, trying to shed light, and colour and shape, on the invisible wifi that surrounds us.

Hernan describes the approach as effectively measuring and mapping the signal strength in different locations, coding red as the strongest signals and blue as the weakest, and then combining the false colour coded signal strength across time and space using long-exposure photography.

The effect is hauntingly beautiful.

#ScienceEveryday when it's not #ScienceSunday

h/t +James Intriligator

Photo credits: all images from the Spirit Photograph series by Luis Hernan (these and more at his website digitalethereal.com)
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For more information on how the approach works, here's a section from Hernan's website, where you also can see prototypes of the device, and get information about an Android app he's developed to help you uncover the wifi world around you (digitalethereal.com)

The Kirlian Device is an instrument designed to reveal qualities of wireless networks. The device is named after Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, who discovered and perfected a photographic technique to capture electrical coronal discharges. His technique has been associated with so-called paranormal research, especially that involving the study and capture of aura.

Its body is constructed in birch plywood following a stacking slices technique. The device was modelled using a 3D software, and was then converted in cutting patterns, which were then used in a laser cutter. Inside, the device is powered by an Arduino UNO board connected to a Arduino WiFi Shield. Both components process and map the RSSI values of a previously specified SSID network into colour using a heatmap colour scheme. The mapped colours are then passed to a Pololu LED strip. The operation is possible by the use of two 5V lithium batteries.

The device was designed to be used as a photographic instrument in a performative environment. The use of a 23-point led strip allows for a contrasting light, which can then be used in long-exposure photography under an array of different light conditions. The series of Spirit Photographs has been created by a performer describing the space using the Kirlian Device.


Check out also write-ups in
+Discovery : http://goo.gl/NxlEQg

and +ScienceAlert : http://goo.gl/d1quCK

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