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Does anyone know what the device that sends sound waves to objects and the sound is heard from the object is called? I'm having a very hard time finding it. It was on the History Channel on it's show Tactical to Practical.
I don't know, maybe a radar?
Radar that you hear music off the object?
Sounds like echolocation, except fro the music part :confused:
Oh, sorry I misunderstood your question lol.
Sounds like echolocation
It's silent near the device that sends the sound waves though so it's like echolocation where you can't tell where the source comes from. A device the US military invented to keep sound waves from being picked up by the enemy. I think Bose (http://www.bose.com/) just came out with this technology.
Anywoo, I was looking for JPEG of the military version of this to show someone that the technology WASN'T INVENTED BY BOSE!
Do you mean directional audio (http://illumin.usc.edu/article.php?articleID=80)? It focuses sound so only people in a certain area can hear it.
Yeah thats the only thing thats ringing any bells for me. I think it was developed for non lethal crowd control, gives people severe headaches or something.
Edit: And that it was the military and a few years ago :P