Look At 9 Espionage Gadgets From Cinemas Which Exist Actually

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Look At 9 Espionage Gadgets From Cinemas Which Exist Actually

The special highlight of movies about secret agents is not only unexpected subject turns and charismatic actors, but also the whole arsenal of unusual gadgets which equate abilities of the owner to superheroic. Some (like explosive chewing gum), of course, absolute fiction, but many of these thingummies have passed from cinema into real life.

Under a signature stamp "top secret" check those tools of cine superspies which exist actually.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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The Garrison Bespoke studio in Toronto besides usual men's wear sews to order suits in which it is possible to leave from under a hail of bullets, just as in the movie "John Wyk — 2", whole and safe (and, above all, very stylish).

The lining of this wonderful thing consists of carbon nanotubes that does her by halves easier than kevlar which is used for production of bullet-proof vests. Material is so strong that it is capable to protect not only from firearms, but also from the kolyushche-cutting objects. And, above all, nothing will give defensive functions of a suit, except unless the prices in $20 thousand.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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When the next movie about James Bond's adventures "A view of murder" was released, nobody suspected that the invention of screenwriters about a ring with the hidden camera will become a reality. And nearly 30 years later the Hyeonsik design studio has taken and has designed just the same ornament. The ring can make photos then to transfer them to the tablet or the smartphone.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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In the movie "Mercy Quantum" agents of MI6 checked information on a futuristic table with the touch interface. The Microsoft companies I have developed something similar. It is the interactive panel which can operate several person by means of fingers of hands at once.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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In the movie "Tomorrow Will Never Die" James Bond uses the mobile phone with the built-in stun gun. The Yellow Jacket company has thought up a cover for iPhone with just the same means of self-defense. With this accessory it is possible not to be afraid that your phone will be stolen.

In the childhood we represented cine bodyguards or FBI agents, putting a finger as if we speak on the hidden communication to an ear. And today it is possible to talk really so. The Sgnl device allows to use a finger as a font for phone. The gadget transmits sound vibrations through skin by means of the special block on a bracelet which can be connected to the watch.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

© Kingsman: Секретная служба/20-й век Fox   © kisha.umbrella/Instagram

Harry Hart's umbrella cane from the movie "Kingsman" has much more peace prototype in real life. Kisha solves the most popular "umbrella problems": he is so strong that doesn't rust and doesn't break even at very strong loadings, and thanks to synchronization with the smartphone this umbrella can't be forgotten somewhere.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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In Hollywood dream long ago on the volume image which looks exactly as an object in reality, and here the first step on the way to the embodiment of these imaginations is already taken. The holographic computer can make a volume projection of any object, and it erases limits of reality at all.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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"Clever" points which look as usual were developed by the Intel company. Having put on the device, the person can see the same as if the image was directly before him: the picture by means of the laser in handles is projected directly on an eye retina. Developers claim what with them can be glanced in the recipe, without coming off cooking, or to use the navigator, looking at the road.

 

Look at 9 espionage gadgets from cinemas which exist actually

 

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The subject of masking of weapon under peace household objects was popular at the end of the 19th century. What only was thought out: both fire small lamps, and lighters guns, and even the shooting handle. This thingummy from James Bond's arsenal even in large quantities was made till 2004. Fortunately, the weapon now disguised in the majority of the countries is forbidden.

Cuff links with the hidden key from handcuffs.

The gun disguised under lipstick which can shoot only once.

And this "the little defender" as he was called in France in the 19th century, is disguised under a ring.

Shaving foam with a hollow bottom for concealment of cards, a film and confidential messages.

The camera hidden in an aluminum jar.

And what espionage gadgets would be invented by you if they were a superspy?

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