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Prism 200 system lets you see through walls

Posted in Radar by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

Prism 200 system lets you see through wallsThis cool new ultra wide band radar system was developed by UK based company Cambridge Consultants. Working like a pair of X-ray specs, it will let you see through walls. Sadly, only moving objects can be seen, but it can detect breathing movement and even a beating heart.

Happily, that should include bouncing breasts, you know, should someone be working out on the other side of the wall. I’d hate to miss them just because this system only sees moving objects. The software in Prism 200 allows the user to remotely observe the scene in a 3D view and you can do the usual rotate the room/building to whatever angle you like.

See-through iron let’s you watch the de-wrinkling process

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2009

See-through iron let’s you watch the de-wrinkling processDoing chores sucks. Ironing is probably one of the worst chores. But no one likes a wrinkly shirt. This iron should make it a little more bearable. The b-Iron 715 is a clothes iron that’s completely transparent, letting you to see your clothes while you’re ironing. This way you can watch the whole mysterious de-wrinkling right before your eyes. And you won’t burn that shirt.

Let’s just hope that it lives up to all the hype that surrounds transparent iron technology and distributes the heat evenly. Also, if it clouds up from the steam then you will be sadly disappointed. Here’s to hoping they have all the wrinkles worked out.

Harmon Kardon see-through speakers are ice cool

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2008

Harmon Kardon see-through speakers are ice coolHarmon-Kardon offers the latest in the speakers that look like ice trend. At last Superman has many speaker options to choose from, for his Fortress of Solitude. Wonder Woman is pretty happy too, because these match her invisible plane.

I like the angles on these. They look vaguely alien. Harmon Kardon unveiled the GLA-55 see-through speakers at IFA 2008. They offer a 100-watt bi-amplified digital amplifier coupled with DSP equalization along with proprietary tech like the Atlas AL drivers and woofers and a CMMD tweeter, plus optimization for digital sound. They sport touch sensitive controls and they do stand out. They should be available in autumn 2008 worldwide. No word on pricing.