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Light Painting The Electromagnetic Field [Project]
posted October 5 2013 15:17.00 by spic0m

Interaction designer Luke Sturgeon and Shamik Ray have been visualizing what's unseen by human eyes.

In a recent project the pair decided to make visible the electromagnetic field (EMF) that surrounds many of the devices we use in our daily lives. To do this they used long exposure photography and stop-frame animation to produce light paintings that show the EMFs that surrounds laptops and a old school tape deck.

[Link: thecreatorsprojec]

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  • At 6 October 2013, 1:39:08 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • There must be a better way to realize this.

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