Israel Technology Creates "X-Ray Vision"
Approximately the size of a laptop computer, it uses the same UWB (ultra wide band) radio frequencies as its bigger Xaver 800 parent, which can pass through solid objects such as wood or concrete and bounce back, much like ultra-sound imaging of fetuses in their mothers' wombs. These bounced-back waves are changed into electrical signals which are then interpreted by computer and created into 3-D images visible to someone on the other side of the wall.
This technology will greatly aid in saving lives, with its use in law enforcement, the military and search and rescue operations, again demonstrating that Israeli ingenuity is at the forefront of bettering the world: in Tikkun Olam.
Who knew Superman was. . . Jewish--oh, wait a minute--he is!
(hat tip: The Kosher Kook)
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