As human beings of the 21st century, many gadgets are available to us. In this day and age, it is very unlikely to find a normal person who doesn’t own a cellphone or haven’t watched television. As human beings with working brains, it’s not enough for us just to have the gadgets, we also want to know what’s inside them and how they work.
Let’s find out how artist Jing Zhang discovers how they work through her pseudo-infographics.
From Color to Shutter
This little house of creativity shows that taking a picture is as fast as neurons travelling to form a knee-jerk reflex.
The Ultimate Messenger
The pictures show that to have an easier and more accessible life (or phone), surely, a complex hardware and system must be achieved. Well, thanks Apple!
Even one of the things we use daily has its own technology. By doing the things the infographic above tells you, you have to brace yourself! You just might make the perfect coffee. LOL.
This fine piece of machine is part of history in its own right. I guess nothing much has changed since the first time people laid eyes on this baby. Except for the HD, 3D and Online Features, right?
A toast for the toaster
This is like a C4 bomb, only safer. Ha ha! A toaster as a staple machine to our breakfast needs is such a wonderful invention. It is simple but can really save time and effort.
So there, a closer look at our favorite gadgets and appliances. A really magnified version of the things we use in our daily lives.
I guess people who made them were once curious and ambitious. So what does this really tell us? Make our own TV? Start a Do-it-Yourself Toaster Project? Well, at least for me, it tells me to always be curious. I hope you would always be curious, too. Ciao!