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Richard Vijgen
Hertzian Landscapes is a new interactive installation that visualizes large swaths of radio spectrum as a realtime electromagnetic landscape.
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Anja Leonora Ulfeldt Sep 27
Replying to @richardvijgen
Rad, where is this showing? I'd love to check it out, I'm working with Radio right now as well.
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Richard Vijgen Sep 27
Replying to @AnjaUlfeldt
Itโ€™s installed at the Institute for Sound and Vision in the Netherlands.
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Den-uit-๐Ÿ…ฑ๐Ÿ…พ๐Ÿ†‰ Sep 28
man this would be awesome with the sdr Twente radio running on the screens ๐Ÿคฉ
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Spiritunicorn Sep 29
Wow! That is the ultimate waterfall display!
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Boosty Sep 28
I think this is up your street :-)
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Oona (windytan) Sep 28
Replying to @boosty_ @richardvijgen
Beautiful!
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donal lally Sep 29
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addie wagenknecht Sep 28
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So good
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Adam Sep 28
this looks neat!
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Madeeha Merchant Sep 28
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This is dope
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Sฮžbastien F4GRX Sep 28
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Dan CaJacob Sep 28
Giant touch screen in the front entrance?
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Platinum Blond Beldam ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ Sep 29
Replying to @richardvijgen
What are the axes, frequency vs. power? Frequency vs. time? What is the explanation of the diagonal line? Some ham radio operator twisting the frequency knob on their transmitter?
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Jason Horridge Sep 30
Replying to @peced @richardvijgen
To me it appears the colour scale represents power, the horizontal axis is frequency and the vertical axis is time
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Max ๐”ก.๐”ครค๐”ซ๐”ค๐”ข๐”ฏ Sep 28
Looks like sdrsharp screens
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lennutrajektoor Sep 28
These are spectrographs of real signals.
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