Because of the easily accessible and reliable tool that is Google Image Search, we take for granted the speed at which images of any place or thing are available to us. In 1964 a Chicago bellhop named Ted Serios claimed he could project his thoughts onto photographic film, making them visible. This piece explores that idea through a crudely assembled room constructed of plywood equipped with a Polaroid camera and a chair. Using wirelessly networked technology hidden in the room, the artist thinks of something he wants to see, accesses that image on Google Image Search, and then captures a photo of that image with the camera. The artist then leaves the room with a physical artifact of what was once just a thought.