With eight months of freaking out over the fact that that the NSA is spying on everyone all the time, you can't help but wonder: Why exactly are we spying again? What are we really worried about?
Defense Systems reports on the Army's 3D printing operation at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, describing how they've been using additive manufacturing to print antennas into helmets, sensors into clothes, and even whole functioning batteries—among other things. Gizmodo was at the lab last week to see these…
It's been a dream of scientists, interrogators and law enforcement professionals for years: Strap a terrorist suspect to a couple of electrodes, start asking him questions, and watch his brainwaves rat him out.