Laser guns. Light sabers. Time machine. In case you want to add to a list of high tech but definitely fictional gadgets we can all make a long list of it. A Japanese anime even featured a future space city that resides thousands of people with artificial night and day. Science can bring out the crazy imaginations that we have in us if we’re asked to name a futuristic gadget. But there are a few innovations that were a total rip off from sci fi movies.
Latest technology gadgets you never thought would really exist
In a case of a nagging wife, husbands would always want to have a remote control (like the one in Adam Sandler’s Click) working for humans and just press on that mute button. But the Japanese have a different thing in mind. They have made a special gun that suppresses human speech. It has a simple process. At a distance of about 100 feet, the directional mic installed on the gun picks everything that a target would say, and with a 0.2 second delay the speech suppressing gun plays back what the target has said. Because of that immediate pick up, the brain is being interrupted resulting to the target being speechless. They have designed it for a better mob control purpose.
Throwing up is inevitable after a reckless night of drinking, or overeating, or seeing your ex with an ugly (whatever word you insert). But Invocon, with a contract from the U.S. Navy, built a device with flashy and fancy lights. This device emits the lights with rapidity, and on a target’s eyes it causes dizziness and headache with a good chance of vomiting.
The U.S. Military, apparently, has a device that can cast the popular Harry Potter curse Crucio! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, although there has never been a direct link to HP and the U.S. Military. But the Active Denial System, or more known as the pain ray, causes an excruciating pain by emitting waves similar to what we have on our ovens. It’s not a wand, but the device is a huge disk that’s mounted on an armored vehicle. The ADS has been deployed to Afghanistan but was never used on a real battle. It was tested and went for more than 10,000 trial exposures with a few people included. It was a burning experience, as the test subjects has stated, but the pain vanishes away once they’re out of the beam.