RFID icon based on Immaterials

Jack Schulze has written up some thoughts and background on the new RFID icon based on our Immaterials’ visualisation work from last week.

rfid-symbol-geometric-icon

Download a vector file of this creative commons symbol.

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  1. Rendering immaterials into 3D Our Immaterials film, that visualises the spatial qualities of RFID, inspired architect Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu (from the Architectural Association) to explore the three dimensional representations of fields. These are some of his lovely experimental renderings......
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  1. By Rendering immaterials into 3D on 8 December 2009 at 16:30

    [...] are some of his lovely experimental renderings of a three dimensional interpretation of the RFID symbol that we developed from the immaterials [...]

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