A laptopogram is a photographic print made by pressing photosensitive paper against a laptop screen and then exposing it to the light emitted by the screen, in a technique similar to those used to produce contact prints and photograms. The images are then developed with a standard darkroom process.
This technique can also be used with any kind of electronic visual display such as a mobile phone or a television. This new process was created and developed by Aditya Mandayam, a resident at Fabrica.
Glass negative from 1918 and dmesg in a terminal
Some prints in his darkbathroom