I've stated many times in this thread that with my piezoseismic technology I can see through walls. Well... it looks like modern technology is
starting to catch up with my technology; but my technology is still far better than what has finally made it else where in science.
Camera 'Can See Through Walls' By Turning Plain Surfaces Into Mirrors
Article from: 27 December 2012, Huffpost Tech, United Kingdom
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"Researchers have found a way to see through walls by turning normal surfaces into 'mirrors' with natural light. The research team from the Ultra
Fast Optics Group at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel found a way to turn scattered light into an image using natural light... in the past
techniques have relied on lasers and time-consuming computers.
The team diffused scattered light, and reformed it into an image using a spacial light modulator, allowing a computer to fine-tune the image. The
result is that a plain white surface can effectively be turned into a mirror, with the image displayed on a normal LCD screen. "In a preliminary
demonstration they have been able to image a distant object just by recording the light reflected from a piece of regular white paper.""
Handheld device can see through walls
Posted December 11, 2012 - 06:15 by Emma Woollacott in "TG DAILY", News is our business
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"Smartphones can be equipped to see through solid objects, say Caltech electrical engineers, who have developed tiny, inexpensive terahertz imagers.
The chips generate and radiate terahertz waves - which lie between microwaves and far-infrared radiation - that can penetrate a host of materials
without the ionizing damage of X-rays.
When incorporated into handheld devices, they can be used in everything from homeland security to wireless communications - even touchless gaming.
Standard CMOS technology was used to design silicon chips that operate at terahertz frequencies, while fitting on a fingertip. Signals are more than a
thousand times stronger than existing approaches, and can be dynamically programmed to point in a specific direction.
Researchers state they've successfully used their scanner to reveal a razor blade hidden within a piece of plastic.
"We are not just talking about a potential. We have actually demonstrated that this works.""
New camera can see through skin and around corners
Article in: Digital Journal, By Darren Weir, July 17, 2012 in Technology
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"Superman could do it and now so might you. A new camera is able to see through skin without x-rays and even see through walls and around corners
using just natural light. The researchers used off the shelf parts as opposed to specialized new technology.
The camera is able to show an object hiding behind nearly opaque surfaces like skin or frosted glass, around a corner or even in another room (as long
as the door is open). The light is scattered by the obstacle, creating what appears to be white noise but the camera transforms these specks of noise
and enhances them 1000 times to recreate the image, using a spatial light modulator (SLM) to undo the scattered light in real time.
You don't need lasers. Everybody else was doing this with lasers, and we showed you can do it with incoherent light from a lamp or the Sun - natural