41 thoughts on “Capturing a Human Figure Through a Wall using RF Signals

  1. I dont know if there are other similar devices like this but this can be used in search and rescue operations after big earthquakes or other catastrophic disasters. I also wonder how the thickness of the wall affect the accuracy.

  2. MIT researchers used Wi-Fi to recognize people through walls. It can also distinguish you from other people. http://www.theverge.com/2015/10/28/9625636/rf-capture-mit-wifi-tracking-surveillance-technology

  3. this feels like a back handed slap, at first: see through walls, yeah. But then, only like a basic bulky view. Just wonder how long before paparazzi start using this. Is it 2 people or just 1 big person?

  4. We saw the DARPA aimbot bullet a while ago, now the MIT wallhack. We are only missing godmode to have an army of invincible hackers.

  5. I think that's a bullshit, how does it work? We need more detailed description, the information you have given is insufficient. Under your principle of action falls, such as echolocation

  6. i might be redoing this project for my bachelor degree graduation, is there any way that I can get the hardware set up??

  7. Cameras at home, microphones at home, GPS in phones, Boston Dynamics, AI, computer vision, vision through wall – no way to survive. "Thank" for make closer destruction of humans… "Boston Dynamics – Robots Revenge" and you didn't hide.

  8. Not enough pollution of radio waves of all kind? Might be just put head in microwave to complete experience?

    "but it just radio waves you don't see and don't feel it" – animals oriented by magnetic and electrical fields, you as well cant see it and fell it, but those radiation affect nature.

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