RANDOM READINGS, through visual telecommunication systems.

by Cesar Escudero Andaluz

Random Readings is a series of video-images analysed by a computer application. The application works by detecting the threshold changes in five different points located on the image surface. It then transforms algorithmically the visual information in alphabetic code, according to an antique and obsolete visual telecommunication system invented by Joseph Chudy in 1793. The result is a flow of characters decoded by a logical system in order to not get any kind of valid information from surveillance cameras, Internet live video captures and video-games.

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