Dowsing Rod, in case your gadgets don’t detect Wi-Fi

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Exploring both old and new technologies in order to generate fresh relationships between function and behavior, designer Mike Thompson appears to question common codes of conduct. Drawing inspiration from the dowsing rod, a stick used to locate hidden water wells, buried metals or ores and gemstones, the Dutch designer has come up with an innovative device called “Wi-Fi Dowsing Rod” that help the users in detecting the internet and remain connected. Looking like a Y-shaped branch, the wireless internet detector appears to revitalize the conventional practice of dowsing or doodlebugging.

Via: Likecool/Dvice/Ubergizmo

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