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Fig. 23 Electron-microscope photograph of inkjet-printer ink droplets on paper. fig. 24 Patent application for Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Map, 1946. I A FANTASTIC GENEALOGY OF THE PRINTABLE 39 fig. 25 Print head of an inkjet printer with a matrix of tiny colour pumps made of piezo crystals. fig. 26 Picture of a mirror field for mobile projectors the size of mobile telephones, Texas Instruments, 2008. fig. 27 Assembly of a wall by a robot, Gramazio & Kohler, 2008. fig. 28 Stepper motor and wiring diagram.

The processor, with its electrical inputs and outputs, and an actualized logic, has now become an electrical apparatus. So-called actuators are then connected to the outputs. The description is symmetric to the above-mentioned sensors, and may therefore be brief. Optic, acoustic, thermic, kinetic, or comparable actuators convert electric quantities into physical effects. These effects now are no 23 This calculation is based on a suggestive train of thought : supposing a person speaks so and so many hours a day, and there ever lived till today, according to today’s knowledge, so and so many people, and the daily spoken output were digitized and multiplied by the total living days of the total-ever world population, the outcome would be the said 60 exabytes.

About which Peirce’s algebraic semiotics has more to say then Saussure’s semiology. We think and print, what we will-must with the sun. The apples in the supermarket are now individual particularities of some logistics, from universal availability. Renderings. iii in the paradox milieu Why put it so convolutedly, while simpler was on ? many will ask. R. Hofstadter gives an introduction to the breadth of the topic in : Gödel, Escher, Bach : An Eternal Golden Braid. The Harvester Press, Brighton 1979.

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