Transparent wall

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+8 1. jok commented 12 years ago

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0 2. coyob commented 12 years ago

i feel you maaan
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+30 3. shayangx commented 12 years ago

They should install is at the ladies shower at my gym.
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0 4. NathaneM commented 12 years ago

A very common idea and impractical. :S
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+2 5. Wombat commented 12 years ago

This is brilliant, I love the idea although it's far from perfect. Projecting the video on reflective surfaces like windows would cause problems I believe.
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-5 6. BabyJLE commented 12 years ago

Scientis, you did it again.
Christinaty, you failed and came with nothing... bitch...
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-13 7. wuppes commented 12 years ago

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thats just a test.
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-2 8. binksy commented 12 years ago

Its a good idea and would come handy, but as stated by #5 it would be somewhat of a hastle on reflective services.

I was hoping for this video to be funny, would have made my day.

Saying that, what about your grannies who wouldn't understand the concept of it being a projected image.? and would walk INTO the wall, some big insurance claims i see ;) :D
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+2 9. modder8her commented 12 years ago

I don't imagine it's meant to be projected on the surfaces - it seems like a more practical application would be on a HUD, or a separate monitor inside the vehicle. It needs 2 cameras to make the image relevant from the observers' POV - so unless grannies are meant to be wearing portable cameras, I don't think the projection on walls is likely to be an issue.
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0 10. Keo commented 12 years ago

what about to use mirror?
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+3 11. huldu commented 12 years ago

Despite #(removed comment) having so many negative marks, he has a very valid point.
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-1 12. Voutelamberopipi commented 12 years ago

#10 overlap two images with a mirror? how?
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-2 13. smodd commented 12 years ago

Could be usefull to cops, they just roll inside an alley a esfere camera y see the thief where is hiding or an infrared camera and can see in a dark enviroment...
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0 14. Maffis commented 12 years ago

This could be very useful in dangerous crossings.
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+3 15. bud commented 12 years ago

I hate videos that make me feel like, "shite, why didn't I think of that".

Cool clip. 8-)
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0 16. LionelMarcus commented 12 years ago

#10, even though #(removed comment) has an ok comment, his big "
P.S. I am a big fan of snotr" takes it to the ground.
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-1 17. mydixiewrecked commented 12 years ago

#2 HI-FIVE!!
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0 18. nooitaf (admin) commented 12 years ago

Wallhack ;) ... nice, but will not work in real life. i even wonder that people take this serious :|
Just image how many cameras this system would need. :O happy 1984