The Prism 200c is a bookbag designed by
James Bond's Q Cambridge Consultants that can see through walls. All you have to do is lean against a surface and, PRESTO -- you're loitering and somebody's probably calling the cops.
Using ultra-wideband signals the device is able to see through walls made of wood, concrete or bricks and provide a 3-D view of human movement and positions from front, side and overhead angles, making it easier to determine a threat situation before entering a building.
And because the latest version is one of the smallest and lightest yet, it can easily be hidden in a backpack allowing someone to simply lean back against a wall while wearing it to glean useful tactical info. The images produced by the Prism 200c system are then transmitted in real-time to a nearby PC or even a handheld device for analyzing, so the user doesn't look like they're actively spying on what's going on inside.
Well folks, if you ever catch me leaning against a wall at the gym you can probably guess what I'm doing. "Filming women changing in the locker room?" What the -- NO YOU F***ING PERVERT. Stretching. Gotta stay loose.
Prism 200c Through-Wall Radar Backpack Clearly Designed For Cool, Nonchalant Spies [ohgizmo]
Thanks to Mike, who still spies the old fashioned way: with a bowtie camera. Classic, bro!