Image 1 of 1

mdb_20150504_80271.JPG

Download
Toronto, Ontario - May 4, 2015 -- Internet of things -- Professor Steve Mann demonstrate his "Phenomenamplifier" invention in Toronto, Monday May 4, 2015. The "Phenomenamplifier" amplifies physical phenomena to drive light sources that makes invisible signals, visible. During this 30 second exposure on the camera surveilluminescence is see, where the lamp glows when it is seen by a surveillance camera, thus indicating the amount of surveillance present at each point in 3D space. (Mark Blinch for the Globe and Mail)
Copyright
Mark Blinch
Image Size
4609x3185 / 2.6MB
Contained in galleries
Toronto, Ontario - May 4, 2015 -- Internet of things --  Professor Steve Mann demonstrate his "Phenomenamplifier" invention in Toronto, Monday May 4, 2015.  The "Phenomenamplifier" amplifies physical phenomena to drive light sources that makes invisible signals, visible. During this 30 second exposure on the camera surveilluminescence is see, where the lamp glows when it is seen by a surveillance camera, thus indicating the amount of surveillance present at each point in 3D space.    (Mark Blinch for the Globe and Mail)