Image: 1300 fluorescent tubes lit by overhead power lines

An image of 1301 glowing fluorescent tubes powered only by the magnetic field induced by overhead power lines on a field in England.

More information and a DVD of this art project at Richard Box web site
Have a look at the Quicktime panorama on his web site (see image below)


Click on the image below for the link

link to Richard Box web site






















via: blog.wired.com

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