Hearing Voices? It May Be an Ad.
Ok . . . this isn’t make-believe. A company is really doing this for an A&E promo. For just how long has this technology been in existence? How have people been manipulated with this?
The advertisement company, Adage, is using a device they call, Audio Spotlight
from a company called Holosonics
. Sounds perfect for conditioning crazed gunmen or for tricking feeble minded leaders into believing God is talking back to them.
If you are skeptical, the company owner replied to my email saying the Seattle Art Museam and the Space Needle are also using his product.
posted by augustweed
on Dec 12, 2007 -
Coming soon to a supermarket checkout lane near you --
E Ink Corporation's "Ink in Motion" displays will look like a piece of cardboard (like the back of a chewing gum display box), but will flash a graphic
at you. To follow: larger indoor and outdoor signage, screens on PDA devices, etc. Better angle visibility, brightness, contrast, than electronic screens; runs forever on a small battery. Comprehensive and informative site
about technology that has gotten little attention but could revolutionize display technology, the sign business, point-of-purchase marketing, and publishing. (Previous 2001 MeFi mention in a comment but much new info.)
posted by beagle
on May 23, 2002 -