1974 Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn designed Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) for the DARPA net, a protocol to control transmissions segmenting data packets between computers on the fourth transport layer.
The transmission takes place with specific http-addressment sequencing with unique numbers betweeen 0 and 255. The result is an IP address built in an quad octet tuple.
The interplanetary network contains 2^32 (4 294 967 296) elements, used by the project "pIP" a.k.a. "Picture Internet Protocol". Another way of perspectively visualizing data of global hosts and clients in the cyberspace.
The project stylizes applied numeric addresses inside a star orbit. Star topologies are standard in todays internet network communication. The aim of this project is to take the spectrum visually and thus to make new notations possible, especially transfered into utopic worlds.