posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 04:32 PM
The sci-fi geek in me really appreciates the concept, but on a practical level I see a few basic problems. In the proposed LEO application, how much
time would an officer actually need (and have available) to arm his watch to let him shoot the bad guy. What's shown in the video seems awkward, but
I do imagine it would be significantly improved before it hit every day use.
Additionally, if something like this did become common, how long would it take before counter-technology started popping up to lock out the watch
activation. Think of an EMP blast, or a mobile frequency strictly to lock out the use of guns. That would be disastrous, but seems like the logical
progression to counter it.
Still, I love the concept.