Full body scanner Backscatter x-ray image of TSA Security Laboratory Director Susan Hallowell A full-body scanner is a device that detects objects on a person's body for security screening purposes, without physically removing clothes or making physical contact. Depending on the specific technology, the operator may see an alternate-wavelength image of the person's naked body, or merely a cartoon-like representation of the person with an indicator showing where any suspicious items were detected. For privacy and security reasons, the display is generally not visible to other passengers, and in some cases is located in a separate room where the operator cannot see the face of the person being screened. Unlike metal detectors, full-body scanners can detect non-metal objects, which became an increasing concern after various airliner bombing attempts in the 2000s.
Der erste Lernstift, der vibriert, wenn man sich verschreibt! Exchangeable writing tips: pencil, fountain pen, ballpoint With its exhangeable writing system the pen can be easily turned into a pencil, fountain pen or ballpoint. Color variants for girls and boys, mothers and fathers Boys will be boys and most girls do have a feminine style most of the time; that's why Lernstift will be available in respective colors. Found Photography » Tips for Buying a Camera on Ebay I spend more time than I would care to admit watching cameras on Ebay. I have a feeling that my knowledge of cameras has come as much from Ebay, as it has from anywhere else. Why? Because when you are considering making a purchase, you do research. Research builds knowledge, and before you know it you are an expert on obscure cameras that haven’t been in production for decades. I thought I would share some of the things that I look for in a camera on ebay, before I make a purchase.
Meteora The Katholikon of Holy Trinity Monastery, Meteora. History The Theopetra caves 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of Meteora had inhabitants fifty millennia ago. The oldest known example of a man-made structure was found within a prehistoric cave in central Greece, according to the Greek culture ministry. The structure is a stone wall that blocked two-thirds of the entrance to the Theopetra cave near Kalambaka on the north edge of the Thessalian plain. Charge All Your Devices With a Solar-Powered Bonsai Tree - Hot Penguin If you’ve got a lot of gadgets–and who doesn’t these days?–you know that it can be difficult to keep track of all of their different chargers, not to mention hard to find outlet space to plug them in. One stylish former Kickstarter project aims to solve that problem while also beautifying your space. The electree+ is billed as “part sculpture, part appliance” because it mixes form and function, offering a practical product–a multi-unit solar charger–with a beautiful form. The product was inspired by bonsai trees and nature’s fractal patterns, with 27 square silicon solar panels on each tree and a 14,000mAh internal battery that stores enough power to recharge an iPhone nine times or an iPad2 twice. Power is provided through two USB ports and a Qi wireless charging zone that works with most smart phones and can be adapted to work with iPhones.
Omnidirectional camera Schematic of an omnidirectional camera with two mirrors: 1. Camera 2. Upper Mirror 3. Lower Mirror 4. "Black Spot" 5. Field of View (light blue) Awkward Travel Moments (Photo above: A girl awkwardly ruins my photo) I’ve had a few “Awkward Travel Moments” in my past few years of traveling and have heard of a few as well that I am sure we can all relate to. Please share yours in the comments. You are sleeping on a plane in the aisle seat and you wake up to your single serving friends crotch in your face as they try to climb over you to get to the washroom.That moment when you walk into a “spa” in Iceland / Jordan / Turkey / Istanbul / Insert name – wearing your bathing suit and everyone else is stark naked looking at you oddly. CES Roundup: 16 Cool Gadgets from Sunday at the Vegas Tech Show It’s tough to numerically pinpoint which days of CES are which. If you’re in the tech media, Monday’s really the first full day of CES, but you show up on Sunday (or earlier) because there are a few things on Sunday; if you’re a tradesperson, Tuesday’s really the first full day of CES. Actually, Tuesday is the first official day of CES, seeing that the show this year runs from January 7 to January 10. January 7 is the first day the show floor is open.
The Most Awkward Moments in Travel My gate was set to close in 15 minutes. In my frantic dash through the airport, I attempted to breeze past an older woman on a moving walkway, but accidentally clipped her with my backpack. "Sorry!" I called over my shoulder with an apologetic wave. "EXCUSE YOU!" Falling asleep on a stranger, taking the wrong seat and screaming children: The most awkward moments on a plane revealed Falling asleep on a stranger has been named as the 'most awkward' situation on board a plane. It's one of those incidents where if it's you using your neighbour's shoulder for a nap there's deep embarrassment, but when others do it, it's a platform of entertainment. New research by a flight comparison website in the UK has discovered the top 10 most awkward scenarios that Britons have encountered or witnessed whilst travelling by air. Scroll down for video
Unlock Your Bike With Your Phone, With This Smartphone-Controlled U-Lock Here is a basic fact of modern life: You're more likely to lose your keys than a smartphone, which would be like losing a limb to a growing portion of the population. That's one reason that smart locks--locks that will open from a smartphone--are gaining in popularity. BitLock, a smartphone-controlled Bluetooth bike lock, is bringing that trend to the cycling world, where smart locks have yet to take a foothold. Created by electrical engineer Mehrdad Majzoobi, the BitLock is purportedly the first keyless bike lock tailored to the peer-to-peer bikesharing community, where the ability to easily grant someone else access to a bike is paramount. "I come from a hardware security background, and came to look at this problem from a security point of view first--looking at the implications of using smartphones as access control or keys," he says.
Some Travel Tips For My Constantly Naked Neighbor - Ready Set Trek So for the sake of privacy, not that privacy seems to be his biggest concern, instead of publishing his actual name lets just call my neighbor Tom. Tom is, you guessed it, naked almost all of the time. Driving around in his convertible with the top down, and the bottoms off… relaxing on the front porch enjoying, just ball parking here, around 20 glasses of wine maybe, perhaps with a nice pair of flip flops on… one time he got his mail (which for us is kind of down the street a bit, it’s condos) in just a long shirt, you know the kind, it ain’t a dress boo you’re not fooling anyone at least put on some leggings (is what I would’ve said had this been my sister, with Tom I usually just nod and then feel kind of sad). These are real facts.