Technology Development Projects

3D/4D Modelling Microscope

This invention concept pertains to a microscope that uses both imagery and radio frequency and lasers to build a 3D model of the object that the microscope is focused on. It works by using radio frequency and lasers to measure the distances between the microscope’s lens and the object’s peaks and valleys, and build a 3-dimensional model of that landscape. The object can be rotated, and flipped on its sides, as well as on its back, to complete the 3D model of the object and its properties. The imagery lens gathers the colors and textures, which are automatically applied to the surfaces of the 3D model of the object and its properties. The system also uses an Artificial Intelligence system to identify common objects, such as molecules in a compound, or transistors on a circuit board, and it applies that knowledge when building the 3D models. The microscope can also build 3D models over the properties of time passing by, such as the movement of bacteria, or the movements of bugs under the microscope’s lens. It does this by processing a variable number of frames per second, and rendering the manipulations to the 3D model in each of the frames, such as rotation, extrusion, or other types of movement or deformation.

Bullet Trajectory Determination System through Heads-Up Display (HUD) Unit

This system pertains to a computing system that can track bullet trajectories as they occur, and display them on a heads-up display unit, such as for use with military forces or civilian military, or even law enforcement personnel. The system would be able to protect the head from incoming bullets using bullet-proof glass that doesn’t chip when a bullet hits it. The system would be able to show the trajectories of incoming and outgoing bullets, with instant replay, and delayed disappearance technology – that could essentially allow the soldier or police man to identify where the shots are coming from, and respond to the shots. The system could feed targeting information to a bullet-interception system, or a rapid response firing system, that could disable the incoming bullets or take out the shooter, or both.

This system would also have the capability of re-enacting shooting events, by piecing together photographs and videos feeds from multiple sources in the proximity, to determine the trajectory of a sniper or from a handgun, after the shooter has left the scene. The purpose is to have the capability to be hot on the tracks of the shooter, to have a quick response system that shows the video and images that may show the shooting, as they would appear on their x, y, z axis from the direction of where the photograph or video was taken from, and also have the capability to stitch together multiple photographs or videos, to determine what movements occurred before and after shots were fired, in addition to having the capability to generate a wireframe of the surroundings to determine where the shots could have come from – for instance if it was a sniper up on a roof or in a skyscraper. The system would be able to determine not only what different trajectories would have been accessible to the target spot, but also determine which one was used based on the photographs and/or video streams and/or wire frame that is stitched together of the event.

Widely Accessing Wireless Alerting System

This invention pertains to a system that connects to all nearby wireless signals, including WiFi, wireless devices that are broadcasting information to WiFi routers, and all other types of wireless communication devices – and accesses all of the content associated with the devices and networks and displays it on a central system such as a Heads-Up Display (HUD) unit, or a command center such as for the Secret Service or FBI. This technology would have the capability to find illicit content, such as from hackers and cyber criminals, simply by being in proximity to the devices. It would be ideal for Presidential Campaign Events and Presidential Visits, for the purpose of finding dissidents and other types of low-life individuals that could pose a threat towards the President of the United States. This would include pre-determining hecklers, and other types of disruptions.

Inter-Structure Viewing and Object Recognition and Status System

This invention pertains to the identification of objects inside of a building or structures, using an advanced sensor grid that uses microwaves to see the interior of the building, such as the metal beams, staircases, elevators, and other building elements, in addition to the ability to see a 3d model of the structure with recognition of moving objects such as persons and animals.

Uses for this technology include identification of threats and assessment of strategies to minimize or remove the threats. This can include the identification of hostages vs. hostage takers, or residents, innocent bystanders, and other types of objects such as weapons.

This technology could also be used in conjunction with microwave facial recognition technology, which can identify who the subjects are in the building. The system also has the ability to display, in the 3d model, what forms of communication are present in the building, such as dedicated phone lines, computer terminals, smart phones, cell phones, and other forms of communicating devices.

This technology could also be used in addition to voice recognition from microwave parabolic microphone technology, to determine what the residents or persons inside the building are saying.

This technology could also be used to gather vital signs of humans inside a building.

Other uses include civilian military such as the Secret Service, FBI, and other types of cases that pertain to national security. Eventually this type of technology will be available to all police forces.

Facial Recognition Through Buildings

This technology pertains to the use of radio frequency mesh, such as microwaves, to scan and verify the identity of subjects inside a building using facial recognition. The system works by comparing the peaks and valleys as identified by the response to the radio frequency mesh. The system analyzes the responses from the radio frequency transmissions on objects through buildings using a feedback sensor system.


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