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EMF video documentation form Article 08

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Finally here is my video documentation from Article 08:

EMF on TV

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HC has requested more detailed video. Sorry HC, I still haven’t had time to check out my own video, but in the meantime, here’s a short extract that was shown on NRK Rogaland TV:

http://www.testingtesting.org/movies/EMF_NRK_Rogtv.mov

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November 20, 2008 at 12:47 pm

EMF at night (movie)

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By request from HC, and until I’ve checked out my camcorder recordings, here’s a movie of the EMF in Stavanger that I took with my cell phone at night ……..

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November 18, 2008 at 6:41 pm

Sniffing in Stavanger – Little EMV sniffer

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This EMV sniffer was put together by Erich Berger and Martin Howse during the Maxwell City Workshop I took part in at Atelier Nord in 2007. It is based on kit components that can be purchased here.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Zap Checker

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Here’s a video of the Zap Checker detector in action where the Electromagnetic Fountain is planned to stand.

Frequency range: covers 1 MHz to 8 GHz.
Output: Audio Jack and needle display.
Antenna: Internal
Calibration: Can be calibrated for different signal ranges and for digital and analog signals.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Electrosmog Detector in the Rain!

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Here’s a video of the Electrosmog Detector in action in the rain. Its much more noisy.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Electrosmog Detector

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Here’s a video of the Electrosmog Detector in action during location scouting for the Electromagnetic Fountain in Stavanger.
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3000 MHz
Conditions: very humid, sunny period between heavy rain.

A water jet example

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Here’s a video captured by Pepe of a fountain he saw in Aix-en-Provence whose water jets respond in a similar manner to the way I imagine the jets of the EMF responding to detetced EM signals:

Lovely!

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June 11, 2008 at 9:19 pm

MIT’s Bellagio Fountain

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Here is a link to a MIT musical fountain project, La Fontaine Du Campus Est, by Zack Anderson and friends.

….. La Fontaine Du Campus Est (The Fountain of East Campus) is a computer-controlled, servo-actuated, LED and halogen-lit, sump-pump powered water fountain. It features five streams of water that can each be individually controlled (on/off) as well as pivoted (90 degrees of freedom). Each stream of water is lit by a halogen light. The perimeter of the fountain has RGB triplets that can perform various animations. The fountain and water are also illuminated by eight Luxeon LEDs. The entire system is controlled by a PC that sequences through a choreographed file called a ShowFile. Three circuit boards act as an interface between the fountain and the computer: a valve control board, an LED control board, and a servo control board. All but the last were custom built for La Fontaine Du Campus Est…..

The site gives a great description of how he and his team built it, including video documentation of some of the processes and techniques, as well as the fountain in action. All schematics and source codes are also available for download. Lovely!

Not exactly how I imagine the Electromagnetic Fountain, but the spirit is definitely there. I just can’t help embedding the fountain in action:

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March 25, 2008 at 9:23 pm

Amplitude modulation explained

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Here’s a tutorial from Radioteacher explaining Amplitude Modulation:

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March 23, 2008 at 7:44 pm