Friday, 5 December 2014

Phantom Terrains

 
Love this!

" The sound of each network is heard originating from the router's geographical location, producing clicks whose frequency rises with the signal strength — akin to a layered series of Geiger counters. Routers with particularly strong signals "sing" their network name (SSID), with pitch corresponding to the broadcast channel, and a lower sound denoting the network's security mode."

Listen here.

h/t Glenn.

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