Do you think that the gadgets used in mission impossible is actually existing or is it still a concept?
Lets look at the Technologies used in Mission Impossible 4 ghost protocol and lets see if they are existing or still a concept
1. THE CONTACT LENSES
In the starting scene of the movie , we see one of the agents wearing a contact lens which helped him scan a crowd , to find one man.
Power from an external battery is transmitted via Radio Frequency to an antenna that runs around the edge of the contact lens (the gold ring that you see in the image below), so that the wearer’s vision is not obstructed. An integrated circuit harvests the energy, and then powers an LED (which emits a nice blue light),as clearly shown in the above picture.
2. Sticky gloves
Here the gloves are able to stick or adhere itself to the glass of the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai , it based on static electricity like the ones we do when we rub a silk cloth with a ruler and the ruler starts to attract paper bits. As far this one is concerned it still a concept and not yet been practically or yet been developed, hoping that one day one person invents it so that we all can start climbing building s like Ethan Hunt..
3.Magnetic Levitation suit
The magnetic levitation is already existing , in actuality in order for the suit to levitate a person an super conductor is needed to lift him up and also an coolant is needed to keep it from over heating.
The Heads Up Display (HUD) is being a reality in-car’s today , gesture recognition used in MI-4 is still a concept.
In the movie there is a full screen for the HUD with gesture recognition along side GPS navigation system, though it looks awesome in the movie , it may be impossible for the driver to drive and provide gestures at the same time.
5.The holographic projection screen
This is one the best and also the toughest to describe in this movie. The gadget is placed in the middle of a corridor, and creates a false 3D image of a corridor, and renders it on a screen mainly focusing on the eyes of the viewer, which makes him/her feel that the corridor is empty, even though there are people standing behind the screen(just like in the movie ).
The gadget comprises of a robotic arm, which tracks the person’s eyes, and creates a 3D hologram of the opposite side of the corridor relative to the person’s motion. The only drawback is that as shown in the movie if more no. of people are the viewers then it is hard for the camera to focus as there are different that need to be rendered.