The Hotspot Poets Transfer Verses From Famed Writers Using Wi-Fi

By: Misel Saban - Jun 2, 2016
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Dmitry Morozov is utilizing the modern technology housed in a hotspot transmitter as a way to revitalize famed verses by iconic European and Asian poets. The verses from each poet connects to an individual hotspot designed by Morozov that relays the written work for large-scale broadcasting.

The hotspots are known as the Hotspot Poets and they come in four different micro-transmitter designs that honor the words of Pasternack, Patrach, van Goeth and Basho. Each of the devices is able to provide a Wi-Fi channel that smartphones, tablets and laptops can connect to that appears with a name taken from a lyric of the artist's poem. The Wi-Fi name changes periodically every 10 seconds, cycling through the entire verse in a digital manner.

The hotspot allows consumers to enjoy reading famed literary works in a more modern tech format.