Sunday, February 14, 2010


Gebhard Sengmüller is the man behind this clever TV image scanner to print machine.The VSSR is quite a complicated invention,which consists of an image transmission system used by Ham Radio amateurs. The machine uses broadcasts from a historic public domin tlevision system and bubblewrap (yesss..the fun stuff) to arrive at image stills transferred from the broadcasts ontor rater into teh bubble wrap.Thre is a ploter function which is involved,which works like aprinter,and by making use of 3 different colours injects the ink into th individual bubbles.These bubbles so to say end up functioning as pixels,which in the end as a whole portray a television image still.

found at today and tommorow

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