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This Sunday s Super Bowl XL marks a first in the world of security measures. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will employ 3D holographic imaging technology to comb the area surrounding Ford Field in Detroit for threats. Though not confirmed, it is believed that the department will likely use the technology, dubbed LifeVision3D by its creator Intrepid Defense & Security Systems, to scan the undersides of cars, monitor the surrounding streets and good old-fashioned face-recognition. So enjoy the game, folks! (Tin foil hats not included.)

Homeland Security Tries New 3-D Technology At Super Bowl XL [The Pittsburgh Channel]