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Bit.Flow by Julius Popp

February 25, 2010
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Remember how I wrote about Bit.Fall from Julius Popp? Same idea here, but with red dots in transparent cables. At first it looks poetic, but really chaotic, without any deeper meaning. But there is, like with bit.fall, a transmission of information. All cables lead to a little box which regulates the frequency of the dots. In the video at 3minutes letters become visible very clearly. Magic!

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  1. claudiaengels permalink
    February 28, 2010 10:02 am

    Wow! How is this possible?

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