[Dave Birch] There’s no real point to this post, except I thought you’d find it mildly diverting. As part of one of the projects we’ve been working on in the telecommunications sector, the guys and gals in Hyperlab (Consult Hyperion’s research and development team) had to build some kit to measure and map the electromagnetic fields around contactless payment terminals to help the terminal and card designers improve the performance of payment and transit cards in operational environments. Since one of the terminals that I’m interested in is the Nokia 6131 NFC phone, they put that in the rig. So this is what a Nokia 6131 looks like to a person:


And this is what it looks like to a Visa card:



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