Gawker spots an outdoor ad for the A&E channel that blasts radio-waves that get translated into sounds when they hit your skull. No invasion of privacy there, just the ad industry up to it's good old 'creative' tricks.

Gawker spots an outdoor ad for the A&E channel that blasts radio-waves that get translated into sounds when they hit your skull. No invasion of privacy there, just the ad industry up to it's good old ‘creative' tricks. The say:

Then I noticed that, above a billboard for some A&E show called Paranormal State were some speakers that looked like hypersonic sound beams, a device which uses your skull as a speaker8212that is, it transmits soundwaves that resonate against whatever surface they hit.

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