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Sure, there's already a myriad of methods for detecting and safely clearing out buried landmines, but the current options certainly aren't easy on the wallet. Thanks to a recent investigation by Georgia Tech, however, commercially available microphones could actually be used \"as near-ground sensors

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Like most underground anti-personnel mines, above-ground Claymore land mines (notorious for having \"front toward enemy\" spelled out on their housings), are considered \"dumb,\" since they're incapable of distinguishing innocent bystanders from the enemy. Claymore Camera Kits add the brains that Claym

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While we've got robots that can sniff out faux wine, and cyclops cameras that distinguish between humans and blow-up dolls (saywha?), Dr. Andy Harvey's latest invention could actually prove useful in battle and on the operating table. Although he hasn't tied the latest rounds of DIY artillery to thi

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