Kirlian Device mobile

Kirlian Device mobile


The Kirlian Device mobile is designed to reveal WiFi fields by means of long exposure photography and aural atmospheres. Download and use it with a long-exposure photograph to perform your own WiFi Visualisations, which will allow you to monitor the field strength and footprint of your WiFi network.

The current version of the app continuously reads the WiFi manager status, looks for the Received Signal Strength Index (RSSI) of the current connection and transforms the value into the corresponding colour from a five-colour heatmap scheme. Red means stronger signal, blue means weaker. In addition, it uses the RSSI value to emit a changing frequency sine-wave tone. The app maps values between -40 and -90 dB, but it is possible to adjust this threshold by pressing the "Calibrate" button provided in the main interface.

The app was created as part of a creative exploration project called Digital Ethereal, which sets out to understand and explore the spatial qualities and design potential of wireless exchange protocols, such as WiFi.

For more information, visit the project's homepage

www.digitalethereal.com

Recent changes:
As of the first release, the app will visualise field strength in WiFi networks by changing the background colour and emitting a sine-wave tone.
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About Kirlian Device mobile
The Kirlian Device mobile is designed to reveal WiFi fields by means of long exposure photography and aural atmospheres. Download and use it with a long-exposure photograph to perform your own WiFi Visualisations, which will allow you to monitor the field strength and footprint of your WiFi network.

The current version of the app continuously reads the WiFi manager status, looks for the Received Signal Strength Index (RSSI) of the current connection and transforms the value into the corresponding colour from a five-colour heatmap scheme. Red means stronger signal, blue means weaker. In addition, it uses the RSSI value to emit a changing frequency sine-wave tone. The app maps values between -40 and -90 dB, but it is possible to adjust this threshold by pressing the "Calibrate" button provided in the main interface.

The app was created as part of a creative exploration project called Digital Ethereal, which sets out to understand and explore the spatial qualities and design potential of wireless exchange protocols, such as WiFi.

For more information, visit the project's homepage

www.digitalethereal.com

Recent changes:
As of the first release, the app will visualise field strength in WiFi networks by changing the background colour and emitting a sine-wave tone.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
Hard I am not getting the camera stuff Adam Sander Plss help me 😵
A Google User
Jul 26, 2015
Third class appp
A Google User
Jul 10, 2015
Here's how it does work First turn on your phone's WiFi. If your WiFi is not turned on you will only get a red screen. If you get a red screen, its OK, just go to your phone settings and turn your WiFi on then switch back to this app, it won't be red all the time, unless you are right next to your WiFi router. If you are right next to your WiFi router, just walk away from it. Your screen should now change from red to orange to yellow to green then blue, depending how far away you move away from the WiFi router source.
A Google User
Jun 24, 2015
???? Instructions !!!
A Google User
May 8, 2015
I never knew how I live without it