Monday, June 11, 2018

You too can be a TSA agent

Don't you just want to know if someone is packing a pistol or resides in a database? Of course you do.

And now for just $950 plus $30 a month you can!

Meet the Sword smartphone case.
It uses the phone's audio sound waves as a sort of sonar to detect whether someone is carrying a gun, knife or explosive device. The case includes an array of 18 antennas that can create an image profile based on the radio frequency waves.   

SWORD also offers a facial recognition system utilizing the phone's camera. Customers can feed in photos of specific people, for example, folks on a wanted list or blacklisted from a casino. Once in the system, a SWORD user can pull out the phone and scan the room for any unwanted individuals.
It won't be available until next year, but, if you're longing to be a TSA agent, you don't have to wait to start practicing your incompetence.

The Gumbo Blog Adult Education Division will be offering a series of classes entitled "So You Want to Be a TSA Agent." Here's the first.


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