detection

  • New technology will detect chemical weapons in seconds

    In the never-ending battle to protect our freedoms, detecting chemical agents and illegal drugs remains a top priority. Luckily, the smart people at Queen’s University in Belfast have just come up with a new way that will provide instant results, and won’t be something that can be tricked by covering scents or other materials. Now you definitely won’t be able to bring back… Read More

  • Resonance Field 2.0 visualizes human behavior in working environments

    Nobody is safe in their office anymore. Tokyo-based Kakuyo Office System [JP] developed Resonance Field 2.0, a technology that makes it possible to track movements and analyze human behavior in working environments. Office workers need to wear so-called “business microscopes” around the neck, name card holders with an integrated infrared sensor, a three-axis acceleration sensor and… Read More