3D Imaging Startup Vayyar Develops Device That Can Look Through Walls
Vayyar is Bringing the Future Even Closer.
Vayyar, an Israel-based 3D imaging startup, develops a new technology originally used for breast cancer screening. In its recent development, the company has introduced an RF-based 3D imaging sensors that are able to penetrate through different materials – including walls – to display a 3D image of what is on the other side.
The $200 ‘WalabotDIY’ device lets users see at least four inches through walls. With algorithms that detect radio emissions and reflections of different objects, the device, and its app figure out what is behind a wall in real-time. Through a recently surfaced video, Vayyar discusses their technology and demonstrates how it can provide critical information about a room’s occupant while still maintaining their privacy.
Vayyar has designed its sensors to operate in a variety of situations, including darkness or full light, smoke or steam. And the type of imaging generated does not lead to any violations of privacy.
Apart from the WalabotDIY, Vayyar technology also includes food safety monitoring, in-wall imaging (creating a 3D image of what’s behind a wall) and smart home sensing.
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