Randomly Flipped Switches

September 6th, 2013

Light Installation for “Interference:Coexistence”, a show by the Center for Holographics Arts, NYC

Fluorescent tubes are hanging vertical in the windows above the entrance. Static noise is captured by a tiny microcontroller, which generates truly random numbers from the sampled information. A simple logic determines which output’s state is to be inverted- the tubes turn on and off.

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