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Light painting wifi

Posted by tsukasa on 2011.06.21 at 13:52
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WiFi is everywhere, floating and whirling around us somehow, but where is it really? In Immaterials: Light painting WiFi, Timo Arnall, Jørn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen use a rod of blinking lights to visualize signal strength in their college town.
In order to study the spatial and material qualities of wireless networks, we built a WiFi measuring rod that visualises WiFi signal strength as a bar of lights. When moved through space the rod displays changes in the WiFi signal. Long-exposure photographs of the moving rod reveal cross sections of a network’s signal strength.
The stronger the signal strength, the more lights that illuminate in that specific spot, updating as the walker/carrier moves. Then using long-exposure photographs, the lights are recorded for beautiful results. Super simple concept, yet very effective. See the device in action in the video below.

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo.

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Posted by artemdolgopolov on 2011.01.26 at 18:33
Abstract Composition

We begin to publish our tutorials in English on the official Freezelight.ru Facebook page. Here are the links for the first materials. Hope you’ll find something new, interesting and useful in our lessons.

1. So, to start mastering this art form you'll need a photo camera and a light source. Any flashlight whatsoever will suffice as a light source for your first experiments as you gain an understanding of the processes involved. What is somewhat more demanding is the camera. An ideal solution would be an SLR. These cameras have the most flexible controls, giving you the most in freezelight possibilities. Continued here!

2. “You don't see what you're drawing, how do you know where to draw a line?” People often ask us this question while looking at some of our work. Certainly, experience plays here the most important role. Regularly drawing freezelight, you'll get a better feeling for the space you are working in, getting better and better every day. Nonetheless, there are a few tricks to help you gain confidence a lot faster. Continued here!


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Freezelight in Samolet Gallery

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просто картинка

Posted by kartsev on 2009.03.25 at 15:01
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Walking into the night..

Posted by adenik on 2009.02.18 at 00:17
first expirience// Pirunvuorri Castle (Finland)..


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First experience (take 2)

Posted by ex_artem_tol77 on 2009.01.22 at 00:34
Now I've got strange tree in my room with a little beast living near of it...

Better looks darker, huh?

I thought that it was a dream!
But when I turned on the light... :)

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First time, first freeze...

Posted by ex_artem_tol77 on 2009.01.19 at 02:33
Good day 2 all!

Finally I made it - my first experience in freezelight!
Don't judge strictly! :)

Made by myself (alone) with Nikon D80 + kit lens 18-135 + a lot of chineese LED Lights + iPhone as an experimental device! :)

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Whole set of first freeze here!

Brgds and thx! :)


Mooovie :)

Posted by artemdolgopolov on 2009.01.11 at 08:54

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