So I was playing with KisMAC 0.3 yesterday on a whim to determine the number of unauthorised or hidden Wifi Access Points I could see around me and was blown away by the 115+ AP’s found.
Anyways, KisMAC can produce some pretty graphs/eyecandy showing wifi signal strength and number of bytes over time. With such a large number of AP’s it can get pretty trippy. So I captured some of that content at a nice 720P resolution and put them on Youtube. The audio is a bunch of different random geiger counter sounds spliced together.
KisMAC 0.3 Wifi Traffic – Signal
KisMAC 0.3 Wifi Traffic – Bytes
I’m making the original (large) video files available under a CC license to anyone who wants to use them:
KisMAC 0.3 Wifi Traffic visualisation by James Christopher Murty is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at james.murty.org.
Right click to download:
kismac-bytes15sec-ax.mov (720P, MPEG4/H.264, ~300MB)
kismac-signal15sec-ax.mov (720P, MPEG4/H.264, ~60MB)