The "Ultra Gamma: Design with Unseen Waves" installation, which Ezri Tarazi and the young students/interns are exhibiting, is based on the concept that, 50 years from now, waves will be discovered at a frequency currently unknown to mankind. More than 100 years ago, in 1895, Nobel Prize winner Professor Wilhelm Röntgen discovered that x-rays could be used to reveal the internal structure of the human body.
"Ultra-Gamma" rays (a frequency that does not currently exist) will be discovered by mankind, allowing us to develop possibilities that today are merely in the realm of fantasy.
The exhibit installation is composed of five giant lighting structures, which are each four meters high, under a powerful and unique LED technology flashlight (the "transmitter") featuring pre-programmed changeable hue and lighting intensities. The "Ultra-Gamma" rays are divided into seven different frequencies: red, green and so on. The center of the installation features an operator workstation that can activate the ultra-gamma transmissions via touch-screens.
The future will bring understanding, awareness, and maturity regarding the complexity and subtleties of these components and many hidden abilities, strengthening the potential of each person by correcting, balancing, and calibrating all of these aspects, leading to a more profound realization of each individual's potential enhancement and alignment.