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The Angel Light

The Angel Light

A new invention called the Angel Light (pictured in photo by Bill Tremblay) is reportedly able to see through walls, as well as detect stealth technology. Troy Hurtubise, an inventor based in Ontario, Canada, said that the concept came to him in a recurring dream. Once he built the device, he discovered he was able to see into the garage behind his lab wall and read the license plate on his wife's car. MIT has worked with Hurtubise on developing the technology and the French government has expressed interest in it as well. Read more in this article(1) from BayToday.ca.

1. http://www.baytoday.ca/content/news/details.asp?c=6657

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