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Scientists movie twist grip movements to resolve a oral word

By Stephen Ornes

Web edition: Jun 21, 2013

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See what he’s saying?

A high-speed camera offers a latest approach to eavesdrop — but a microphone or lipreading.

Credit: Courtesy of Yasuhiro Oikawa

Eavesdroppers shortly competence have an additional approach to guard far away conversations. All they will need is a right camera, forked during a speaker’s throat.

When we talk, your voice box jiggles can exhibit what you’re observant to an eavesdropper, reports a latest study. Its authors embody operative Yasuhiro Oikawa as well as alternative researchers from Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan.
 

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