The nomad creates their architecture as they travel and when they need it. This 'creation' is a passive process that derives from what the nomad is doing at the time. The following experiment looks at light produced by digital devices and begins to explore the idea of creating spaces through the use of the phenomenological aspects of our devices. How do the devices themselves change the environment? The light, the sound, the heat, these are all architectural parameters that are affected when the nomad is occupied with their devices. Below is an overlaid photograph of myself changing settings on 4 laptops set to face against a white wall. Below the photographs are a series of stills from a video that is played simultaneously across all 4 laptops to create a projected effect onto the surface of the wall, the room is essentially a featureless bland box onto which the atmosphere of a laptop is projected.