Parallel Image Display Is Low-Res and Gorgeous

December 5, 2009

Just because it isn’t HD doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. The Parallel Image display uses photoreceptors to transmit brightness levels to the other side of the display. I’m in love with all of that gorgeous copper.

The project represents how video would be transmitted if serial data had never been invented. Each pixel in the 50×50 grid arrives on its own channel, hence the lovely mess of wiring.

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I wouldn’t want to string all that copper, but I sure don’t mind looking at it. [Hack a Day via CruchGear]

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