1. Face-Scanning Glasses
No, this is not “Robocop,” and yes, they are real! The Brazilian Police will be wearing glasses with face-scanning software at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. It can capture 400 facial images a second from about 50 meters away! They are using the glasses to help identify people involved in fights or other illegal activity.
4. Sonic Nausea
If you get caught spying, how do you get out of a tight predicament? Perhaps give the person perusing you an uneasy stomach? The gadget spits out “ultra-high frequency soundwaves which soon leads most in its vicinity to queasiness.”
So you found some documents, but they’re shredded!? Just use “Unshredder,” a computer program that reconstructs documents that have been shred in machines. It’s much easier than trying to piece everything back together.
7. Maple Seed Camera
These tiny devices are used by the U.S. military. Each “seed” has a camera and wireless communications. They are being developed to detect chemical or biological weapons in war zones, and also to find survivors in disaster areas.
If you are a spy that needs to find drugs (or the government), DrugWipe could be useful to you. It’s a small and portable drug test kit that can fit in a pocket. All DrugWipe needs is the saliva or sweat from a person, and it can test if someone has been taking illegal drugs.
9. Bomb-Proof Wallpaper
Bomb-proof wallpaper is useful for spies camping out in dangerous locations, (or it could be used for safety in natural disasters).
10. Automatic Speech Translators
For spies who work internationally, the speech translator application on cell phones is what they need. When making a phone call, the application will translate the speech to text right on the screen! Now you really can be James Bond, international spy.
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