Bad new for privacy advocates and victims of peeping Toms! Scientists and engineers have developed a new technology for the purpose of seeing through walls. This new technology boasts visual penetration through wood, plaster, brick and reinforced concrete. The device uses sound waves at a particular frequency and a series of algorithms in the computer software to capture images through a wall or door and create 3D images. The military and law enforcement agencies hope to incorporate the device into their projects.
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