Thursday, November 30, 2006

A camera that sees through clothes

CNET reports that a new X-Ray camera will allow users to see through clothing and other materials.
Researchers at Northrop-Grumman are developing a technology that purportedly will enable small cameras to look through clothing and other materials, according to a report in EE Times.
It is being designed for security officials so they can detect weapons or other items at airports. This technology, known as passive millimeter-wave (PMMW) technology, can also peer through clouds.
They could save a lot of money by just saving up bubble gum wrappers. They'll send you a pair of X-Ray glasses with like 20 bubble yum wrappers and a couple bucks.

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