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I am surprised devices like this haven't given rise to portable disruptor's/EMP devices.
to block/destroy devices like glass.

Just a thought, probably not possible, at least now. but people thought mobile phones would never happen, they did.
Any engineers here, elaborate on this theory. Or just not possible this point in time.
Celebrities would pay thousands for a device like that to block paparazzi. and governments.......they would love it.

I thought a device like this was in one of the iron man movies. could be wrong.

edit at this point purely theoretical
Edited by Antistatic12 - 3/7/14 at 9:37pm
    
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I am surprised devices like this haven't given rise to portable disruptor's/EMP devices.
to block/destroy devices like glass.
Such a device would be indiscriminate in its destruction, and at least in the US possession of such an item is a federal felony.
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Such a device would be indiscriminate in its destruction, and at least in the US possession of such an item is a federal felony.

True, it is probably the same in AUS too. However the tech still has me intrigued.
    
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Originally Posted by Antistatic12 View Post

I am surprised devices like this haven't given rise to portable disruptor's/EMP devices.
to block/destroy devices like glass.

Just a thought, probably not possible, at least now. but people thought mobile phones would never happen, they did.
Any engineers here, elaborate on this theory. Or just not possible this point in time.
Celebrities would pay thousands for a device like that to block paparazzi. and governments.......they would love it.

I thought a device like this was in one of the iron man movies. could be wrong.

edit at this point purely theoretical

There are cellphone jammers and other signal jammers available, just not available to the general public, and not really legal to use as it can block critical communication methods in an emergency. EMPs on the other hand require a large energy source, complicated engineering, and very expensive (and large) devices.
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Yea... less...




blame the geek stereotype, geeky isnt fashionable being the issue but its ok to strap a gopro on your head and look "sporty"
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Communist and their spy glasses..
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If I went in my local with Glass, and told people it could record, there would be a record breaking lack of care.

I think this is more of a cultural thing, that Americans have this thing against CCTV and recording in general.

Either way, I'd refuse to patronage somewhere that refused Glass, even though I wouldn't own one. You'd know if someone was recording Glass as you can see it on the prism, and they also have to say "Glass blahblahlblah" to record.

I still maintain this is people making something out of nothing.
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There are cellphone jammers and other signal jammers available, just not available to the general public, and not really legal to use as it can block critical communication methods in an emergency. EMPs on the other hand require a large energy source, complicated engineering, and very expensive (and large) devices.

Jamming cellphone signals is entirely illegal, immoral and not goign to stop someone using one to record video. An EMP would kill everything, destroying all electronics and property.
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Originally Posted by Rubers View Post

If I went in my local with Glass, and told people it could record, there would be a record breaking lack of care.

I think this is more of a cultural thing, that Americans have this thing against CCTV and recording in general.

Either way, I'd refuse to patronage somewhere that refused Glass, even though I wouldn't own one. You'd know if someone was recording Glass as you can see it on the prism, and they also have to say "Glass blahblahlblah" to record.

I still maintain this is people making something out of nothing.

Read the article. The bar owner banned Google Glass because of the following:
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Its decision came after a woman told police she got into an altercation at another bar when several people thought she was recording them with her Google Glass.

It's not making something out of nothing.
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Communist and their spy glasses..

interesting take.

.. possible too.

corporations are for the money not sovereignty
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