Law, order and mobile TV

Schley, Stewart
May 2006
CED;May2006, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the innovative technology used by Dick Tracy, a police detective, in his newspaper comic strip which aims to solve crimes in the U.S. Among the technologies used by Tracy in identifying disguised criminals is the space coup, a miniature ring camera that recognizes the pitch of the criminals voice. Tracy also uses a wristwatch that doubled as a two way video device. In addition, the voice from the wristwatch will be heard through headphones which are attached through wire.


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