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What is the Wi-Fi? January 23, 2013
Every day, we rely on things and believe in what is not even visible. Atoms, magnetism, radio waves and Wi-Fi – only a small fraction of what we can not see, but that does not mean their absence. Like dark matter – a large part of the mass of the universe. Artist and architect Peter Djelic (Peter Jellitsch) shares our fears of the unknown. His most recent work is devoted to visualize Wi-Fi-coating.
Work called Bleecker Street Documents demonstrates Wi-Fi signals detected by the artist in an apartment on Bleecker Street for 45 days.
He used the radio measuring devices several times a day and made detailed records. Before you start designing, Peter has collected hundreds of points, reflecting the signal. On a large white plane Djelic marked out points showing the signal strength. In those days, when the signal was strong, he raised the point above, but if the signal was weak, have not changed anything. 45 days was born three-dimensional model Wi-Fi field.
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