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    Sharks with frickin laser beams

    What the hell do any of you make of this? It's interesting, as the researchers themselves don't quite understand it either. Vibration interpreted as sound maybe? Or perhaps some other type of interference? https://threatpost.com/light-based-a...l-home/161583/

    #2
    Just one of the multiple reason I do not use with home automation. My guess is the mems microphone operate on energy hitting the micropone. Sound is energy as is a laser beam.

    Interesting and thanks for the post.

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      #3
      For the paper and setup: https://lightcommands.com/

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        #4
        Add Amazon Sidewalk to this and I think you have the textbook definition of "chaos."
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          #5
          After talking with my son who has a PhD in computer and electrical engineering, he noted that radiation is a problem for instrumentation that goes into space. As he reminded me Laser is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. This makes sense. Since this requires line of sight, don't put your assistant near a window.

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            #6
            We've been discussing this research/exploit in the cybersecurity industry and have come with a mitigation control.... it's called "blinds".

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