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Archives for the ‘DISPOSITIVOS’ Category

M.A.D. (Magnetic Acoustic Devices)

By • Mar 8th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS Detail of a M.A.D. (Magnetic Acoustic Devices) device from HPV Technologies, during a demo for military, law enforcement, and government tech experts from the US and abroad, at Edwards Air Force Base in Palmdale (Sep 1, 2005). The devices are capable of broadcasting a highly focused, “laser-like” beam of sound in such a way […]

Radio NPR: For a Non-Lethal Weapon, Israel Uses Sound

By • Mar 8th, 2008 • Category: AUDIO, DISPOSITIVOS For a Non-Lethal Weapon, Israel Uses Sound by Melissa Block All Things Considered, June 13, 2005 · Two weeks ago, the Israeli Army used a new weapon dubbed “The Scream” to disperse a demonstration in the West Bank. It’s a non-lethal weapon that sends out bursts of sound. Malcolm Davies studies non-lethal weapons at […]

Radio: Focused Sound ‘Laser’ for Crowd Control

By • Mar 8th, 2008 • Category: AUDIO, DISPOSITIVOS Focused Sound ‘Laser’ for Crowd Control By Xeni Jardin Day to Day, September 21, 2005 Crowd control is a constant challenge to law enforcement — how to stop potential troublemakers without endangering those who are simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Rubber bullets can kill, tear gas drifts with the wind. […]


By • Mar 8th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS, VIDEO

THE TAILENDERS Dirección e guión: Adele Horne País: EEUU Año: 2006 Un grupo de misioneros evangélicos de EEUU ha traducido la Biblia a muchos de los idiomas del planeta, con el objetivo de difundirla en lugares remotos mediante grabaciones en discos y casetes que se accionan de forma manual. La organización Global Recordings Network […]

Henrik Rylander y su “Public Loudspeakers”

By • Mar 4th, 2008 • Category: AUDIO, DISPOSITIVOS

Vía: Henrik Rylander, fotógrafo y músico saca a la venta Public Loudspeakers. El libro/disco recoge una serie de fotografías de altavoces y una pieza de 60 minutos (aprox) a partir de la grabación de los aparatos. Esta obra centrada en el panopticismo auditivo, recoge desde su título (Information/desinformation) los principios básicos de este sistema: […]

Usos públicos de la tecnología Hypersonic Sound

By • Mar 4th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS (serie de TV a la que se refiere este artículo) En diciembre de 2007, la corporación de televisiones A&N Network utilizaba la tecnología HypersonicSound para anunciar una de sus series más exitosas, un programa parecido al de Iker Jiménez que trata fenómenos paranormales y otros aspectos de lo oculto. Para anunciarlo colocó un […]

HyperSonic Sound

By • Mar 4th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS

Technology which uses ultrasonic energy to focus sound to the intended listener and nowhere else. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sound from ultrasound is the name given here to situations when modulated ultrasound can make its carried signal audible without needing a receiver set. This happens when the modulated ultrasound passes through anything which behaves […]

Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD)

By • Mar 4th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The long range acoustic device (LRAD) is a crowd-control and hailing device developed by American Technology Corporation. According to the manufacturer’s specifications, the equipment weighs 45 pounds (20 kg) and can emit sound in a 30° beam (only at high frequency, 2.5kHz) from a device 33 inches (83 cm) in […]

Artículo sobre el “Mosquito” y su creador en el NYT (2005)

By • Mar 1st, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS, MOSQUITO

Howard Stapleton, inventor del Mosquito, con un altavoz montado en la pared detrás de él, en una tienda en Barry, Gales, en donde se reunía habitualmente adolescentes. Artículo original (New York Times, 29, noviembre, 2005) What’s the Buzz? Rowdy Teenagers Don’t Want to Hear It By SARAH LYALL Published: November 29, 2005 BARRY, Wales – […]

Delgado’s Mind Controlled Bull (New York Times, 1965)

By • Feb 29th, 2008 • Category: DISPOSITIVOS ‘Matador’ with a Radio Stops Wired Bull Modified Behaviour in Animals the Subject of Brain Study By John A. Osmundsen New York Times, 17 May 1965 Afternoon sunlight poured over the high wooden barriers into the ring, as the brave bull bore down on the unarmed “matador” – a scientist who had never before […]