The detektor from micro_research makes audible both low and high frequency (LF and HF) electromagnetic emissions from all manner of man-made signal-sources such as power lines, tram lines, all elec...Read More…
The detektor from micro_research makes audible both low and high frequency (LF and HF) electromagnetic emissions from all manner of man-made signal-sources such as power lines, tram lines, all electronic gadgets and machines, 2.4 GHz WIFI, cellphones, communication beacons and many more. Developed as part of a project with Shintaro Miyazaki ( http://www.digicult.it/news/mapping-the-electomagnetism-detektors-by-martin-howse-and-shintaro-miyazaki/ ) the detektor was designed to make it as easy as possible to listen and record (using a digital recording device not included) wide spectrum electromagnetic signals. A coil provides a close-up window into the inaudible transmissions from all electronic devices and a built-in antenna allows access to higher frequency wide band emissions. You can switch headphone monitoring mini-jack between these, adjust volume, attenuate the high frequency signal and record (left and right) both LF and HF. The detektor runs from 3x AAA batteries..
See: http://www.1010.co.uk/org/detektor.html for more information and samples!
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Micro_research (Martin Howse and others) is a mobile research platform exploring psychogeophysics and asking the question of where precisely the plague known as software executes. micro_research is active in London, Berlin, and Peenemünde and is funded by workshops, performances, exhibitions and the sales of detektors and noise modules such as the blackdeath and micro-blackdeath devices.