Well, I made it through 5 seconds of that sound before I had to turn it off, at low volume. So good job, ADELL.
Chesapeake & Midlantic | 04/01/15 09:38pm
I once installed five high powered sirens with heavy duty siren drivers and six different LED strobe lights in the entranceway of a pharmacy. It was a split level, with lots of brickwork and glass and other hard surfaces- lots of echoes, in other words. It was LOUD, and it was bright. The idea was to terrify any would-be thief into running away.
I don't know what effect it had on thieves but it sure terrified me.
They have raised $26 in 12 days so far.
IPVMU Certified | 04/06/15 10:06pm
I got this spammed to me today:
Protect yourself from dangerous dogs while cycling, walking, jogging, etc. the humane way with "Scram Patrol", the sonic animal chaser.
- This animal chaser has an effective range up to 20 feet (about 7 meters) with a prime operating range of 5 to 6 feet.
- It produces a 25 KHz frequency sound that the human ear can not detect yet is extremely discomforting to animals.
- It is able to repel vicious dogs (can also be used to repel cats, squirrels and other garden pests) without harming them.
- To make sure you are pointing the chaser at the right place it has a built-in laser sight.
The reviews on Amazon are dismal, but the idea of pulling the trigger and drenching a vicious animal with soundwaves means the human version can't be far behind, right?
What's next, an embedded guard dog with every security system you buy at Home Depot?
IPVMU Certified | 04/10/15 06:57pm
Sounds like somebodys ex. Not mine, of course, somone else.
Update: In 2 months, this raised just $250.
Now, the founder is running a new Indiegogo campaign marketing it as "the home defense nonlethal acoustic wall"