Scientists have found a way to photograph people in 3D through walls using Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi can pass through walls.
This fact is easy to take for granted, yet it's the reason we can surf the web using a wireless router located in another room. But not all of that microwave radiation makes it to (or from) our phones, tablets, and laptops. Routers scatter and bounce their signal off objects, illuminating our homes and offices like invisible light bulbs.
Now, German scientists have found a way to exploit this property to take holograms, or 3D photographs, of objects inside a room — from outside it. "It can basically scan a room with someone's Wi-Fi transmission," Philipp Holl, a 23-year-old undergraduate physics student at the Technical University of Munich, told Business Insider. Holl initially built the device as part of his bachelor thesis with the help of his academic supervisor, Friedemann Reinhard. Holl says the technology is only in its prototype stage and has limited resolution, but he is excited about its promise. Sound wave visualised. Smart Move! - Activity - www.teachengineering.org. Groovy Sounds: Sound & Record Player Science Activity.
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New Tech Could Read Books Without Opening Them. Using technology akin to X-ray vision, scientists can read closed books, identifying letters printed on stacks of paper up to nine sheets thick.
This finding could lead to office machines that can scan reams of paper at once, or help researchers scan ancient books that are too fragile to open. The researchers also said it could perhaps help spies read mail without opening envelopes. The prototype device uses terahertz radiation, the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and infrared light. Previous research has found that terahertz rays, or T-rays, possess a number of advantages over X-rays, ultrasound waves and other kinds of radiation that can penetrate surfaces. For instance, terahertz rays can distinguish between ink and blank paper in a way that X-rays cannot. The new system relies on how different chemicals absorb different frequencies of terahertz radiation to varying degrees, the scientists said. Original article on Live Science. Sound Booth Construction.
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