On Thursday 08 November 2001 12:37, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> Tempest For Eliza (http://www.erikyyy.de/tempest/) is a
> program by Erik Thiele that causes your video card to generate dot
> clocks at specified frequencies, for the purpose of making your monitor
> generate short wave radio signals. Apparently, the program broadcasts a
> Beethoven piece.
Just tried it. It works brilliantly! It's very spooky.
The instructions say to use a SW radio, but it works with an ordinary MW one
too, just change the frequency on the command line to something within your
radio's range ( I used 1.6 MHz).
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