A prototype is a preliminary model of something. Projects that offer physical products need to show backers documentation of a working prototype. This gallery features photos, videos, and other visual documentation that will give backers a sense of what’s been accomplished so far and what’s left to do. Though the development process can vary for each project, these are the stages we typically see:
Proof of Concept
Explorations that test ideas and functionality.
Demonstrates the functionality of the final product, but looks different.
Looks like the final product, but is not functional.
Appearance and function match the final product, but is made with different manufacturing methods.
Appearance, function, and manufacturing methods match the final product.
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About the /SPIDERHUNTER Project
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How the first maps were made, was innovation with consumer products. I used two coat hangers to make a dowsing rod set, and combined this with a community map to find the wiring paths. Eventually I found that the small black and white television lighted up slightly along the path in some directions. Radio proximity detection can also draw a map.
This project follows a development curve for counter measures and/or problem model solutions. The dowsing detection is duplicated for this suite as a hardware sensor set, and this is combined with software. AM proximity detection locates dog fencing and dirty power lines in a wall and dowsing locates electrical stress. These duplicated are for use as fleet sensors, aerial detection , and combined with mapping software API, GIS, and GPS for accuracy. That is a project Business plan... plotting spiderwebs and covert wiring issues, before evolving the technology to find other pattern problems as a passive detection and deterrent for the activity detected.
The dog fences in the areas are often combined with RFID. After observing the penetration of the RF the activation of hardware inside an implant, this is compared to activating a dog collar from a buried line. This prevents the dogs from crossing the paths. Placed under a home, it is constant source of irritation until removed. In this case, the guys "turn it up" when they are mad. Some of the electric fence hardware have rheostats, and lately directional drills are being used to target under a home. The electrical stress on the body, as a result, determined at about 5 volts of energy, is a form of constant stress causing the person to see ghosts. The humans and/or computer AI talking from an AM Radio line under the targeted houses, is directed at RFID which might have a "Crystal radio (no power needed) with charging stimulator." The ghosts are return target confusion; people might think the ghost are to blame, but the source of the bother is the wiring; Not their ghosts. People like their ghosts, but for the aggressors on the AM "radio."
A Larger detection issue
Taking blame for the dog fences. This is a bullet and it moves an army. That is a spider web.
Geographic Information systems, Geo-spacial Coordinates, and sensor location. These quick notes are provided to help understand how this sensor suite development is planned to update with API a mapping software, shared with a GIS platform to identify detect and disarm.
Carriage of a fleet vehicle.
On the carriage of the car, a two sensor setup, with one on either side of the carriage, and timing interval on the circuit, is for a same path detection that will determine the direction of the wire for mapping software integration. Example is that both sensor are at equal length installed on the carriage of the vehicle, and sensor "A" detecting before sensor "B" helps to find a direction for the subsurface line. A gradient measurement from the sensor, for energy intensity helps to draw a line peak to peak between the sensors, enabling more accuracy. This hybrid dowsing and CR/Electro Static Sensor on both sides is also combined with the small AM radio crystal on both sides for other proximity with intensity detection.
This survey marks on the mapping software through the integrated hardware/software API. The hardware sensors activate a relay at a GPS coordinate for digital mapping. Driving around a community plots the spider web and other EF with sensor capability, electrical frequency/ electro static, before a predictive game of connect the dots is played to identify the drill site.
When the site is identified, manual tools help to maker a more precise discovery process.
The use of a fleet vehicle sensor is for faster and consist mapping, and the use after the problem is corrected is for continued passive detection of these issues. The sensor set could be improved under the carriage of the cars and as new problems become detectable. This sensor set will identify GPS location for the vehicle, relative to the sensors, and then mark it on the map. The plotted wire work, will update the geographic information system for other to look at.
The mapping software will be pooled with other applicable passive detection suites, or other API, GIS, GPS integration and the map updated from the community to find the problem, and after a correction is required, to remap the area. The information collected will permit the problem to be resolved outside the "maze" built by collecting on these communities, by finding dozens of others.
The use of a cellphone.
Describing the application, a reward for donating to the project. This application uses the standard EM detection available on the market and combines it with a mapping software. The coordinates collected from the phone application update a geographic information system about problem areas. The application will prompt the surveyor to look for other problems associated with the issue. The use of cell phones is for active and passive detection with voluntary participation. The community effort does not need to pay hourly for surveyors among communities or states and the app will assist the person as part of a larger tool set. This application will be developed for Android phones, and given to to persons making a contribution to the project for use before being made available to the public. Other resources developed as part of the detection suite, will be made available as they are integrated into the application software, and for free to contributors. The funding, will help identify applications that are already available for EM detection in the Application stores, and integrate them with the GIS for this software suite in later projects. These sensor applications will be explored for mapping integration as part of a useful instruction for the application user. What does the application do? This cellphone application uses an EF detection similar to dowsing, a GPS reading for the phones position, and marks on the digital map the locations as the application user walks the neighbor hood. The application then plays connect the dots and asks for confirmation and/or additional leg work by the participant in specific areas with "red flags," and to identify a drill site before updating the GIS with a submission process. Questions posted by other residents to the GIS, help to gather intelligence in these numerous communities by communicating with a surveyor on foot or in the area.
Carriage of a flight drone.
Dowsing and the EF detection on both sides of the drone carriage, and the small AM crystals on either side. The use of the drone for aerial detection is more complicated, and possibly for sensitivity issue of a drone in flight.
The use of a flight drone has a sensitive electrostatic coil to detect the energy and track it back to a drill site community, for later dispatch of person on foot. Because these wires inserted have a surface permeable charge, and stacked up against targets to agitate, they are detectable with both carriage sensors and flight drone. This drone is expected to take flight over the county and eventually the state to discover a majority of the electrically underrated and charged bore paths as "webs" that are in use against Florida state residents. The drone flight will find, and mark on a map a potential community targeted. The resolution for the web paths is solved early on with notification to "boots on the ground" that a survey is needed for more accuracy. The use of hand tools to acquire resolution on the drills sites is advisable and for better resolution on the wiring paths. This also updates the GIS with input is sent for inclusion from the application. The sensor detection described here, detects an anomalous reading for the community and requests better resolution. Application and mapping integration is the goal of this project.
The carriage of the flight drone does aerial detection which is not precise. The boots on the ground does a precise survey. Carriage sensors and the cellphone application supplicate the path and drill site identification for more precision on the maps.
Mapping techniques and tools
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9SI18VXCMA This can be used to make a map!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/897497367025493/?ref=bookmarks This can be used to make a map!
Detection is the solution, the dowsing finds the electrical stress, and small radio search finds dog fences using am proximity. Recent innovation to aerial detection, suggests why the network was maneuvering. Disarming this issue, requires a contractor who knows what they are looking for.
Manual Detection uses rabbit ear dowsing! Use this with a community map. Walk the streets in your area and mark on the map each time something is indicated below your feet. Play connect the dots when your done to identify the drill site.(Only .25 cents and an area map print out)
Directions for completing a simple area survey and a perimeter check
Step one, make your dowsing rod set. Two metal hangers cut to length; us the thin brass colored steel type.
Step two, print a map of your community.
Step three, learn to use the dowsing tool set.
Step four, walk the streets in your community with the tool set and map.
Step five, make a mark on the map each time something is indicated under foot.
Step six, play a short game of connect the dots after an area perimeter check. Step Seven, call code enforcement to do a professional spot check and have the wiring removed. Keep it about the wiring and do not speculate who, until the harness is removed.
How to Disarm
Step one, Identify the drill site.
Step two, find the closet access to power and detected position. Pull the meter at the property and recheck the area. If you have found the wiring transformer, the route will no longer be detected.
Step three, Further detect for the circuit at the breaker box panel.
Step four, If the wiring is still detectable, find an other source for the origin of the problem. Use your meter to check HZ, a sixty or fifty cycle reading can help identify the source as before or after a transformer on a pole.
Step five, Locate the transmission / reception equipment and other attachments from an optionally de-energized problem. Use your map again for dig site locations.
Note, this is not useful for finding "phone lines," WIFI, and/or cell phone sniffers. It is useful for finding inaudible cuing and interference signaling if added wording is an issue. "Computer houses" or up link sites could be on any of the web lines put in by the trencher/directional drill.
How do the "rabbit ears" (dowsing rods) work? Energy demonstrated with the Television near these paths, is on your body, and this could cause the hangers to motion when you near to these paths. Upgrade to other tools if spot check indicates something below feet. Properly shielded and rated wiring underground will not easily motion these rods, like electric or RF.
Example of mapping that is possible with the hand tools, dowsing and radio. This accuracy is to be duplicated by electronic means and for “Ease of use” by amateurs, professionals, and officers.
Notes on detection;
The small CRT lights up slightly when moved perpendicular to the dowsed path.
The small am radio detects perpendicular to the path with a proximity AM detection of sub surface dog fencing.
The dowsing rods detect the paths back to a drill site when using a community map and playing connect the dots.
Electronic sensor for duplication detects the same as the dowsing rods.
Use tools to make marks on a digital map. Connect the dots on the digital map.
Sensor Product Developed by this project
Long Term Planning
The information input for the GIS would eventually be used with continued passive detection for sub surface issues, including leaky and underrated infrastructure wiring.
The information would eventually be used by town and city management, the state, or federal investigators to detect this issue with infrastructure and as a deterrent for this use. Having a game and electronic detection.
The sensor sets used first are being developed for this “spiderweb” mapping endeavor, and will eventually be upgraded with other sensors and better calibration to serve other infrastructure needs in other towns, cities, states, and nations.
This link is for an example of a slightly larger drill / trencher.
.An established forum you can join for free regarding the topic. It is a closed group and requires and invite or request to join.
Possible application uses;
Real estate agents mapping dog fencing or spiderweb hazards on a property the owner did not tell them about, before the sale and to avoid liability.
The use could be for a person who suspects something unusual is in the area, bothered by something unseen.
The use could be for intelligence and law enforcement personnel.
The use could be for a disarm strategy called /SPIDERHUNTER/ with Pokemon go style game play.
Obstacle, overcoming challenges affiliated with detection and notifying communities of the targeting, what information is collected by those wiring harnesses, and why anyone would drill under their properties for and electrical engineered assault on their communities.
I have developed the hand tools, and have working prototypes. The development of smaller sensors has two paths, the first is the same hand tools as a reduction prototype. The second is electronic duplication. This project Develops the smaller sensor and the application for the cellphones.
My grandmother, father, and uncle mike were killed by this wiring problem under their communities. RIP.
I have spider hunted my family and their communities; someone put this wiring in their areas totaling more than fifteen other communities and 1070 and more targets. To identify primary and collateral damage, I identified the houses with the most lines under them in each area after completing the maps. This software works with the hand tool readings and application sensor.
Those communities also in need of assistance with maps available by request; similar to this one noted here, surveyed with manual detection. These methods described here will be correcting the issues in these communities also.
Hillsborough County Temple Terrace, Tampa (100ppl+)
Volusia County Holiday Village, Ormond Beach (100ppl+) Creek Ln and Airport Rd (100ppl+) Toni St and Airport Rd (100ppl+) Chrysanthemum Rd (100ppl+) Pine Trails Elementary School (Several Hundred children) 444 SeaBreeze Blvd, FBI Building, Downtown Daytona
Flagler County Fox Hunter Flats, Hunters Ridge (100ppl+) Pathways Elementary School
Orange County Avalon Park, Orlando (100ppl+) West Orlando Estate, Orlando (100ppl+) Charlin Parkway, Orlando (100ppl+) Curry ford Rd and Chickasaw, Orlando (100ppl+) Fair-lawns Mobile Home Park, Orlando (100ppl+)
Pasco County Kimberly Oaks Subdivision (100ppl+)
Escambia County Naval Air Station Entrance, Pensacola(100ppl+) Berrydale Rd, Pensacola (100ppl+)
Perimeter checks of the schools in the area will posted in GIS and the results made available to the community. The lines shown on maps depicted in these presented surveys, are detectable along those paths back to drill sites by capable any member of the community who can use what is described here to find them.