WiFi - Magnet
In 1992, Australian physicist and engineer John O’Sullivan and his team were working to find the radio signals that are theoretically emitted from black holes.
While they never found the signals, they realised that their work and developments could be used to solve the problem of wireless communication between computers, paving the way for Wi-Fi development.
Today Wi-Fi is ubiquitous and used globally across a wide range of devices.
. Inspired and designed in Melbourne + made in Arita, Japan
. Made using a 400 year old tradition
. Arita porcelain
. Cobalt blue
. 4 cm diameter
. Comes in a box
This design is also available in a porcelain plate and linen tea towel.