The harmonious landscape visualizes the study of a particular moment in the flow of electron gas. Their channeling or branching takes place in an unexpected ways. This foresees future implications in small electronic devises of the future. The series of works was inspired was inspired by the electron flow experiments of Mark Topinka, Brian Leroy, and Professor Robert Westervelt at Harvard. Eric J. Heller was implied with Scot Shaw to work on theory of these experiments. You can browse on his website more of these images generated from the the beauty of the micro-universe of matter.