Spy on your neighbors, with a pen recorder

ottobre 21, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Sometimes, for various reasons, you may need to gather information discreetly, making sure that no one around you would be able to notice it.

Certainly, one of the best ways to do this is by recording conversations, but this must be done without drawing unwanted attention. Therefore, it is necessary that the hidden recording is done by using tools and devices that are not easily identifiable as tape recorders, which could alert everyone around you.

To achieve this, audio surveillance technology provides us with different types of micro recorders, so small that they can easily be hidden inside objects we use every day, without losing anything in terms of efficiency, reliability and ease of use.

A typical example of this kind is a pen recorder. In many years of spy movies, we have seen how pens can be used to shoot bullets or poison arrows, to launch sleeping gas and so on, and now, thanks to the miniaturization of recording technologies and storage media, a pen can easily contain a miniature-sized digital voice recorder, along with an equally small memory card, which can be used to save long hours of conversation.

In addition, recording can be started easily; in fact, to prevent any suspicion, a pen recorder is able to function normally, the only difference being that, by pressing the button at the top, not only it can write but you can also start recording, while everyone else is unaware.
With these features, possible applications are unlimited: confidential office meetings, school and university classes, gathering evidence in cases of industrial espionage, and so on.

For more information on operation and details of micro recorders of this kind, Endoacustica invites you to visit our website, where you can also find great deals and special offers on this type of articles!

Secret photos and videos on your iPhone

ottobre 21, 2010 Technology No Commenti

The choice of iPhone apps on the market is so wide that it seems that the mobile phone manufactured by Apple can do almost everything (with the exception of coffee… maybe!). One option that, oddly enough, no one has been deeply looking into so far, is to use the iPhone to take secret photos and movies.

This gap has now been filled: in fact, on iTunes, the Cupertino guys are showcasing Camera Camouflage, an application that turns your iPhone into a secret photo and video camera.

The application can make your phone ring on demand (for example at a specific time), just like a normal incoming call. When you pick up the receiver and answer this fake call, the camera will start working, and while everyone thinks that you are talking on the phone, you are actually recording them!

To take pictures, the shutter is activated by voice. By speaking in short sentences, every voice burst will be taken as a command, and you will be able to take pictures in sequence, while those around you are completely unaware. In addition, the shutter sound that the iPhone makes when taking a photograph will no longer be heard (which could generate suspicions in the people around you), but you will hear it directly into your ears.

Obviously, to run in hidden mode, the application disables the phone flash, so it is not advisable to use it in a dark place, unless you really want to be exposed. Surely this is an interesting tool to have on your mobile phones if you are carrying out investigations or surveillance activities professionally, but it can also be used, in a much more innocent way, to take photographs and videos of your friends in compromising or funny moments.

In any case, since the cost of the application is less than a dollar, it is certainly worth a try!

A watch or a radio transmitter?

ottobre 21, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Those who have reached the 35-40 years mark, when they were kids, were dreaming of a pair of two-way radios, or walkie-talkies, to play war or spy games with their friends, or to keep in touch with them at a (relatively) remote distance without having to call.
Later on, radio transmitters have been introduced into our every day lives, for example in homes with small children, giving mothers the opportunity to hear what happens in the babies’ room while they are busy with household chores.

In the age of cell phones, people tend to think that all communications should be conducted by telephone; on the contrary, however, radio transmission can surely be helpful to keep in touch within a short distance, without having to use the phone.

For example, when you are hunting in an area not covered by the telephone network, or for police forces engaged in an operation which requires a continuous and discreet contact, or simply for parents wishing to leave their children free to roam in a shopping center while they are busy spending their money on Christmas presents for friends.

In all these cases, a valuable aid may come from the use of an R-Watch, that is, a radio watch. Inside what looks like your ordinary wristwatch with a digital display, in fact, lies a powerful radio transmitter that can operate within a maximum range of 3 km.
R-Watch is also able to interact with other devices that use the same radio frequencies. Therefore, it can communicate remotely with anyone with a walkie-talkie.

For more information and details on the operation of radio watch, you can visit the Endoacustica website, a leading manufacturer and distributor of products for your security, as well as for audio and video surveillance and monitoring.

A new scanner against shoe bombs

ottobre 21, 2010 Technology No Commenti

The most annoying part of taking a flight is often the queue at the security check, and having to remove jackets and belts, empty your pockets and even slip off your shoes; the latter, although it is a mandatory security measure, besides being uncomfortable is often the reason of a significant waste of time.

To save time in security control, while ensuring greater efficiency in the detection of any hidden explosives, the University of Illinois has developed a new scanner that can quickly locate any traces of explosives used for preparing improvised explosive devices, such as TATP (Triacetone Triperoxide), the substance that is most commonly used for such attacks.

To detect TATP, this new body scanner uses a different procedure than that of other scanners currently present in airports, heavy and expensive equipment which, precisely for these reasons, is still not so widespread.

The project envisaged by these scientists, in fact, would be searching for TATP at molecular level, looking for particles in a color-based process. The sensors, in fact, have a plastic film on which 16 small dots are printed, each with a different color.
The pigment used to color these dots would change depending on the presence and concentration of TATP in the air around it, and the scanner creates a digital image of the object containing the explosive.

The whole cost is extremely limited. In fact, the image can be displayed on a regular digital camera; the scanner is very easy to use and it takes just a few seconds to detect any traces of explosives.
Unlike other scanners currently in use, that can be fooled by the presence of chemicals such as detergents, this new system is absolutely error-proof.

At this point, we just have to wait a while to see if the project will make it into reality, and the line at the airport could finally be faster!


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