How a Spy Phone works

aprile 26, 2010 Technology No Commenti

SpyPhone Symbian

The software that turns your ordinary handset into a spy mobile works in a completely invisible fashion, in order to avoid arising any suspicion in its user or alert him, so that he can keep using his phone normally and reveal all his secrets to you. This is made possible by the opportunity to control the Spy Phone remotely, by sending text messages in a particular format.

With a simple SMS you will be able to configure the spy telephone options, activating or deactivating its environmental or telephone call eavesdropping functions.
Furthermore, the spy cellphone is capable to intercept environmental conversations using the microphone to pick up sounds within a few meters range; this function can also be enabled or disabled with a text message.

During a Room Monitor call, the phone appears to be in standby mode, but if it receives an incoming call, or any key is pressed, environmental listening is immediately cut off, to avoid unnecessary attention.
This kind of eavesdropping is possible even while your spy telephone is off. In this case, a phone call from any number other than the preset controlling number would result in a “phone off” message.

The basic function of a Spy Phone, though, is the one which allows you to listen to phone calls in real time, comfortably on your cellphone, whose number has been previously set as controlling phone. When the spy cellphone is engaged in a call, it will automatically (and discreetly) send an SMS towards the controlling number, from which you will have the opportunity to call and listen in without being noticed, if the conversation is of your interest.

Of course, a spy mobile phone has many more functions. If you want to find out how it works, we advise you to visit the Endoacustica website.

Regaining your sense of balance with an inflatable vest

aprile 26, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Vest

Along with the sense of touch, the sense of balance, although it is not among the five basic ones, can be seriously compromised following to a disease, an accident or an injury. Rehabilitation therapies can last long, and during the therapy, the risk of a fall is always to be taken into consideration.

In order to minimize this risk, researchers from the Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technologies at UCLA are working on what looks like a life vest which, if used by rehab patients, helps them maintain their balance.

It is an inflatable vest, not too different from those we can find on planes. What makes the difference is that it is inflated automatically instead of manually. In fact, on the outside the vest features some accelerometers, similar to those used on most smartphones, and some silicone inflatable balloons.

When the accelerometer detects a sudden movement which signals the danger of a fall, the silicone balloons are inflated in a way that gives the wearer an impulse that warns him against the fall, prompting him to react in the direction opposite to the one in which he is falling. The high pressure inflating of the membrane that contains the balloons works like a push which immediately lifts up the vest wearer.

The core of this system is an actuator, which provides a reaction time of approximately 60 milliseconds to inflate the balloons, enough to provide a real-time impulse. Compared to other systems which send an electrical vibration on their user’s skin, where the skin might get used to the stimulus and react slower with time, usage of balloons does not have this kind of side effects and allows for a constant immediate response, which guarantees a better rehabilitation therapy.

Recovering the sense of touch thanks to carbon nanotubes

aprile 26, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Nanotube

Scientific research and technology can help improve our health and make our life better, especially for those who are impaired in one of the five vital senses. In this case, we are talking about the sense of touch, which can be lost following to an accident or a disease affecting the Central Nervous System, but that can be artificially recovered, at least partly.

In fact, a research project at the Tennessee-based Oak Ridge National Laboratory seems to provide great results thanks to carbon nanotubes so thin that a glass fiber just 4 times thicker than a human hair can contain up to 20 thousand of them.

The nanotubes can basically work just like the nervous receptors covering the human skin; in fact, aside from having a microscopic size, which makes it possible to use them in such density, they are also electrical conductors.

Therefore, with these characteristics, they are a perfect solution for systems which replicate the functionality of the human nervous system. In fact, on our fingers we can find up to 2500 nervous receptors per square centimeter, a density that is in the same range of glass fibers containing nanotubes.

Each one of the tubes is individually insulated, thus enabling it to carry a single electrical pulse and increase the receptor’s sensitivity. At the moment there are no real life applications for this technology, which is still in its early stages and is now being improved to reach a high conductivity.
This project might in the near future prove very useful for patients deprived of their sense of touch, who might be able to recover, if not all their functionality, at least a significant part.

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