Britain develops a camera than can see through clothes ~ FUNWORLD
Britain develops a camera than can see through clothes ~ FUNWORLD

Britain develops a camera than can see through clothes


The American public remains concerned about its safety following a recent string of high-profile shootings that have occurred at universities, and shopping malls within the last year, but a recent breakthrough in the security industry may give the public some peace of mind in the future. According to Reuters, a British company has developed a camera that can detect hidden weapons, drugs, and explosives from 80 feet away.

ThruVision has created the T5000 camera which uses passive imaging technology to identify objects through electromagnetic rays they emit. These security cameras use military-grade technology to detect any threatening or illegal items even when people are moving at a fast pace. Those concerned about this type of technology shouldn't be according to the company, since the screening process is harmless and will not reveal physical body details. The company believes the T5000 will increase security in crowded public spaces such as airports, schools, and shopping centers. The promising T5000 camera will be exhibited at a scientific development exhibition hosted by Britain's Home Office this week.

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