Spinghornhof, Neuenkirchen is a museum in Berlin (Germany) where wifi signals are obtained by burning wood. This is where a wifi router is placed inside a stone, but it only runs when the fire is set. Why does this happen…
Well, let’s find out!!
Without the phone and the Internet Wifi, nowadays people rarely live. Or say that the internet has now become a part of the lives of people. Without the internet life, hardly anyone could think now.
A stone that emits WiFi signals!
We are talking about the Internet, have you ever heard that burning fire near the stone starts getting the signal of the Internet.
Tourists flock near flame powered rock
Yes, today you are going to tell this about which you will not believe knowing about it.
Actually, such a stone is in the Museum of New Zealand’s Outdoor Sculptures in Neuenkirchen, where the fire starts burning the Wi-Fi signal of the Internet. Now how does this happen then let’s tell?
Here a thermoelectric generator has been installed inside the stone, which turns the heat into electricity.
Here is the reason that the WiFi router gets installed on fire after the fire and the internet signal starts generating.
During this, the stone weight is about 1.5 tons and this artwork has been called Keep Alive. It was created by a man named “Aram Bartholl“.
The WiFi Generator photo is being shared quite a lot on the social site and many people are telling it unique.
Visitors coming here are asked to generate Wi-Fi signals by firing themselves. Let us also try it out. They can connect their phone to this WiFi too.
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