MIT Used a Laser to Transmit Audio Directly into a Person's Ear
Futurism, Kristin Houser, January 25, 2019
Scientists have figured out how to use a laser to transmit audio, ranging from music to speech, to a person across a room without any receiver equipment — a potential breakthrough for the future of audio and communication.
“Our system can be used from some distance away to beam information directly to someone’s ear,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology research Charles M. Wynn said in a press release. “It is the first system that uses lasers that are fully safe for the eyes and skin to localize an audible signal to a particular person in any setting.” . . .
Futurism, Laser Hearing, Lasers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Voice-to-Skull Technology
CBS News AUGUST 27, 2010 / 11:24
Due to CBS News copyright restrictions we are unable to quote the material but it tells of planned use of a non-lethal laser weapons on prisoners in Los Angeles County.
American Civil Liberties Union, Assault Intervention Device, California, Department of Justice, Directed Energy Weapons, Electromagnetic Weapons, Infrared Cameras, Joysticks, Laser Heat Ray Guns, Lasers, Los Angeles County, Non-Lethal Weapons, Prisoners, Raytheon Missile Systems, Sheriff, Torture
Accoustic Energy, Bioeffects, "Bioeffects of Selected Nonlethal Weapons", Department of the Army, Directed Energy Weapons, Electromagnetic Radiation, Electromagnetic Weapons, Executive Orders, Freedom of Information Act Requests, Frey Effect, Lasers, Medical, Microwave, Microwave Auditory Effect, Microwave Hearing, Microwave Heating, "Nonlethal Technologies Worldwide (NGIC-I 147-101-98)", Nonlethal Weapons, PDF, Sonic Weapons, Voice-to-Skull Technology
Exeutive Intelligence Review November 30, 1982
In his EIR multi-client report, Beam Weapons: The Science to Prevent Nuclear War, Dr. Steven Bardwell describes the types of beam weapons on line for development. Each type, laser beams, particle beams, microwave beams, and plasma. beams, is, Bardwell states, "in principle capable of generating th.e required power and energy [to reach and disarm its target] in a form efficiently absorbed by the missile." A beam weapon effectively disarms a nuclear warhead. A hydrogen bomb can be detonated only by an initial powerful atomic-bomb explosion capable of setting off a chain reaction in the lithium-deuterium fuel. A beam weapon, by pumping energy into the very delicately balanced triggering mechanism, prevents the initial explosion and essentially turns the warhead into a "dud." The missile, like a satellite, might fall to the earth, but it can no longer be detonated.
Scientists agree that laser-defense battle stations, even with the lowest level of laser-beam technology, can be defended from other beam weapons themselves. But a missile cannot be effectively defended from the beam without such massive protection that it would lose both the necessary speed and distance. . . .
Cold War, Directed Energy Weapons, Electromagnetic Weapons, Lasers, Microwave, Particle Beam, Plasma Beam, Russia
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