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Fancy yourself a ghost hunter? Mr.Ghost plugs directly into your mic port to detect electromagnetic radiation sources.
Fancy yourself a ghost hunter? Mr.Ghost plugs directly into your mic port to detect electromagnetic radiation sources.
1,439 backers pledged $35,136 to help bring this project to life.

We did it! Also, here's the radiation field from a Samsung TV

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

The project is fully backed! Thank you so much everyone! It happened so fast, the attached video is already out of date and it was made this morning. I will be updating with stretch goals in the near future. In the mean time, check out the radiation field off my TV. I'd say that this reminds me of my parents telling me not to sit so close to the television, but I tested an old cathode ray tube TV and it put out 10 times as much radiation. So I'm not too worried about this one.

Here is a link to the high resolution version of the image that's attached.

Thanks again everyone! Please keep sharing and telling people about Mr.Ghost

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Comments

    1. Creator leonard eshuis on December 4, 2012

      what about a android version???

    2. Creator Jonathan van Belle on December 3, 2012

      $7,628 and counting (at 1:05 am PST, Dec. 3rd)!!! Congratulations!

    3. Creator CLOAQ APPAREL on December 3, 2012

      Congrats!!!!!!

    4. Creator Aaron Rasmussen on December 2, 2012

      Hi Jian, thanks!

      Unfortunately, the gyros and accelerometers in all their technological wizardry just have too much drift when used as an IMU for spatial data over that extended period of time and space. Machine vision techniques would have to be applied to the live video feed for additional positioning information, and that would be quite the endeavor. Who knows, maybe a really big stretch goal could justify it?

      Cheers,
      Aaron

    5. Creator Jian Bin Ou on December 2, 2012

      This is truly amazing!!!! Do you think you can make it as a function to the EMF detector app? I mean like, allow us to wave our iPhone around an electronic device to collect the EMF data spatially and then produce a 2D spatial image of EMF concentration that looks similar to the one you make above (excluding background Samsung TV photo). Thank you!