Concrete Wallhack

The ability to see through walls is no longer the stuff of science fiction. Thanks to new radar technology developed at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory a system has been built by researchers that can see through walls from some distance away, giving an instantaneous picture of the activity on the other side.

Read more ›

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Embed code:
<iframe src="" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

AtmosFear freefall tower at Liseberg Gothenburg in Sweden
I Can't Taste Anything
1087 Days in Just 15 Minutes - Growing Plant Time Lapse COMPILATION
Colored balls elevator. Particle fluid. Music. Molecular Script. Video 4K
2019 Tasmanian Tiger Photo
Budgie Balancing Trick


16 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of ughlah41 achievements

+28 1. ughlah commented 12 years ago

how long till I can see through cloth :)
Picture of motoso30 achievements

+8 2. motoso commented 12 years ago

You've never been through airport security have you?
Picture of TitvsCaivs46 achievements

+1 3. TitvsCaivs commented 12 years ago

#1 Not long my friend, not long, but I wouldn't be so hungry for seeing some crosses or squares behind those clothes.
Picture of MajorIdea45 achievements

+25 4. MajorIdea commented 12 years ago

"Rather than using visible light to look through walls, which is not very effective"


You can't see sh*t when you just look at them. 8-)
Picture of Oddi50 achievements

+2 5. Oddi commented 12 years ago

where is aperture science when you need em
Picture of Saxxoo39 achievements

+3 6. Saxxoo commented 12 years ago

gonna develop a bit more mobile version b4 urban fighters can really take use of it though :)
Picture of irishgek50 achievements

+3 7. irishgek commented 12 years ago

Its a step up from a already handy thermal camera , this one actually shows range too, well handy , But I just wish for once something was designed for something other than war.
Picture of dogfish37 achievements

0 8. dogfish commented 12 years ago

great, now soldiers will be able to kill more effectively.
Picture of greyplague38 achievements

+5 9. greyplague commented 12 years ago

I have stuff similar to that at home. Works great. We call it a w.i.n.d.o.w.
Picture of sirval35 achievements

+5 10. sirval commented 12 years ago

Just use google street view :-)
Picture of Xionbox45 achievements

+1 11. Xionbox (moderator) commented 12 years ago

If they can move such a huge thing to a battlefield, what not simply bring a damn bulldozer? It's probably about the same weight, and the bulldozer is smaller.
Picture of loadrunner54 achievements

0 12. loadrunner commented 12 years ago

It is cheaper to throw in a fake grenade to see who's running out of the building.
Picture of lerpo30 achievements

+2 13. lerpo commented 12 years ago

#8 its obv not ready for this, but ofc it could be used for if it will be funded by the military, but after an earthquake this could come in handy finding people, btw a lot of you are just not interested in science as it seems 8-)
Picture of RandurSource56 achievements

0 14. RandurSource commented 12 years ago

Did he say 'gaming PC'? Is this a game to him?

1:33 "...are then ADD'd and aquired by that gaming PC..."
Picture of valerion21 achievements

0 15. valerion commented 12 years ago

If that was his best sales pitch, the company is fucked. "Only 0,6% penetrates the concrete, and those 0,6% loses 99,4% of it's strength on return."
Picture of maruf92bisj20 achievements

0 16. maruf92bisj commented 12 years ago

#2 i travel a lot,,, but never faces any embarrassment like i hear from TSA-like news,... most of the time, my only stop is while issuing bording pass and exit=entry stamp,,, thats it,,,, you people in west are paranoia