What would the world around us look like if the electromagnetic fields that communicate objects in wireless mode were fully visible? We would probably be overwhelmed by a “fog” of colored waves, as seen from these graphic reworkings made by Nickolay Lamm, an American artist already known for his “visions” of a Barbie with normal measurements and
The 24-year-old Pittsburgh posted on myDeals.com a series of postcards from Washington city surrounded by wireless signals from routers. In this photo of the Capitol are represented in the form of concentric bands colored the invisible impulses that transmit the connections between radios, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. Rainbow appearance does not deceive: color represents a unique and specific part of the electromagnetic spectrum in the visible light segment.
Foto: © Nickolay Lamm of MyDeals.com