This video features two seemingly irrelevant “posters”. One with images of our world, the other with “random” dots. The artist, studio Nand.io, wanted to venture to see what “tomorrow” would look like. In this project titled, Analog Mensch Digital, the poster on the right, with the random dots is the tomorrow. After reading about the project it explains that the random dots are in fact digitally encrypted patterns of the images on the left on the analog poster. The artist wanted to give a new way of looking at the world, the right poster. Basically, the analog poster is only there to give concept and understanding to the digital poster. It would interesting to think about if we in fact needed the digital poster as the reference for the analog.