What’s this? Have a guess!
data on a hard drive? Possibly information that was erased?
Comment by M@ — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 0:20
Ok, I’ll take a guess. I’m probably totally wrong, but is it a hard disk platter?
Comment by jamie — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 0:27
CD/DVD, infrared lighting?
I have no clue, really.
Comment by Michael — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 1:14
I’m going to go with network visualization, showing port traffic for one host. Rings indicate port number, brightness indicates requests, radian indicates geographic location.
I hope the bright area in the middle is somewhere around port 22 to 443.
Comment by Scott — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 2:51
Oh and if I’m wrong, I may have to make that.
Comment by Scott — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 3:30
@M@, @jamie & @Michael: It’s not a harddisk or CD/DVD
@Scott: that’s an interesting visualization idea. Your answer is not correct, but you’re going in the right direction.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 6:32
Hello, maybe some sort of omni directional Wifi visualization?
Comment by Stephen — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 9:53
I accept your answer. I try to visualize signal strength (for Wifi frequenties) in 8 directions. Details in an upcoming blogpost.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 10:11
a biometric retina scan result
Comment by joe — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 19:50
@Joe: you got me wondering how a biometric retina scan result looks like, but Stephen has already found the correct answer.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 25 August 2008 @ 21:19
[...] my latest little puzzle showed an average amplitude plot of the same recording, but with an older version of my program [...]
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