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any image formed in thought

 

above:  too wide – 2018

 

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© David Moenkhaus

current flow mapping III – 2018

 

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© David Moenkhaus

 light speed crossover – 2018

 

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© David Moenkhaus

LP3698 – 2018

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Inside the tree of light – 2018

 

 

These luminous, abstract images and the others in the series are partly inspired by Nikola Tesla’s words and work and partly by the unseen electric world around us that he helped create – radio, TV and satellite transmissions, electrical waves, microwaves, X-rays, cellular phone transmissions, etc.

These images of LED lights are highly detailed and obviously very colorful. But the detail isn’t so obvious here on this blog because at 72 ppi, the web isn’t exactly the place to go for resolution. But at 100% the fine detail of the individual LED lights in this series often end up looking a little like razor sharp, scattered jewels.

The image below is a small 4″ x 5″ section of the image above. It reveals the sparkling detail that these light paintings have.

The header image is an out take – I had the lens zoomed out too wide.

 

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In a time not distant, it will be possible to flash any image formed in thought on a screen and render it visible at any place desired. The perfection of this means of reading thought, will create a revolution for the better in all our social relations.

-Nikola Tesla                                                                                                                                       

1856-1943

 

 



 

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