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Desc:Open the pod bay doors, Hal.
Category:Science & Technology, Horror
Tags:science, Camera, Audio, vibration, high-speed
Submitted:fedex
Date:08/04/14
Views:769
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Comment count is 7
Cube
But who can reconstruct intelligible speech from the narration of this video?
Robin Kestrel
"Music Recovered From Bag Of Chips" would be a great album title.

Also, bonus stars for the description. :-)
Oscar Wildcat
Future generations, crouching in their domes at the sweltering North Polar region, will be comforted by the fact that at this critical junction in earths history our greatest minds were hard at work ...doing this.
memedumpster
Can our spy satellites record data fast enough to use this to recreate the sounds on other planets?
Cube
Sort of, http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=31369

Binro the Heretic
Is this a way to sneak around laws prohibiting audio recordings on security footage?

I thought I read somewhere that a lot of places prohibit audio on security footage because it's considered akin to wiretapping or eavesdropping and would require warrants & such? I know a lot of times, audio on security footage isn't feasible for technical reasons, but this seems like it could be used to get audio without a warrant without technically violating any laws.
fedex
you don't say!

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