The generator „Contur“
Passive cone-shaped geometric structures
The generator “Contur” is an experimental product developed for a technological and scientific exploration of the impact of geometric shapes on diverse biological, chemical, electronic and environmental systems. Examples of applications are:
- diverse experiments with the shape effect
- passive generation of weak non-EM emission based on the shape effect
- exploring "the effect of pyramid"
- structural amplifiers for long-range signal transmission on receiver or transmitor sides
- experimental systems for exploring the imprinting effect with different modulating materials and feedback loops
The generator consists of cones inserted into each other on 0, 1/3 or 1/2 of their height (the focus position of 0%, 33% or 50%). Each cone is made from organic polymer coated by copper from both sides. Minimal thickness of each polymer/copper layer is 0.3 mm. Cones have a golden ratio in relation between the height and the base diameter.
The small size generator has 3 or 4 cones with 0% or 33% focus position, the middle size generator -- 5 or 7 cones with 0% and 33% focus position. Change of the focus position can be performed by users.
- Large copper-biopolymer cones, assembled or partially assembled (to reduce the risk of transpotration damages) in an acryl box
- Small copper-biopolymer cone, assembled in the back part of the device
- Small copper-biopolymer cone + metal cone for assembling in the front part (not assembled)
Versions provided for eBay/Amazon/Etsy
- a - 3 cones with the focus position 0%
- b - 4 cones with the focus position 33%
- c - 5 cones with the focus position 0%
- d - 7 cones with the focus position 33%
We strongly reccomend to start experimentation with the version c!
Example, vertical placement of the version c
Example, horizontal placement of the version c
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