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Submitted by Vyralize 733d ago | news

Scientists develop Low power Wi-Fi that can ‘see’ people through walls and doors

Vyralize: A scientist at MIT has come up with a way to use Wi-Fi signals to ‘see’ through walls and closed doors. (Hi-tech, WiFi)

cheetorb  +   733d ago
Great, only a matter of time before Big Brother gets his filthy hands on it.
stuna1  +   733d ago
Where do you think they got the funding from?

These are dark days indeed! I'm sure no one will do a study on whatever ill effects it have on human biology, if it travels through solid objects, it'll pass through the human body as well. Hell we have no real clue as to the damage any of these different wavelength frequencies and radiations were surrounded by daily.
360ICE  +   733d ago
Normal wifi signals travels through the human body. There's been plenty of research done on that field. Not all of it pleasing.
Bimkoblerutso  +   733d ago
Let them watch...it will only excite me further.
SilentNegotiator  +   733d ago
I think they already have the tech to look through walls...
andron666  +   733d ago
This reminds me of this book: http://www.amazon.com/Light...

It takes this concept to the extreme and it's not pretty...
evil_element  +   733d ago
Got that router :D
turgore  +   733d ago
Batman is watching.
IceKoldKilla  +   733d ago
ABOUT TIME!
TheOwnmaster  +   733d ago
I can do that with Fox hunting modulation already
Tzuno  +   733d ago
Hello NASA, do you fap fap fap???

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