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Walleye Technologies

September 22, 2010 10:13 ET

Walleye™ Technologies Awarded Second Patent for Millimeter Wave Camera Capable of "Seeing" Into and Through Solid Objects

Wide Range of Applications From Consumer Home Repair to Security Imaging for Homeland Security

SOMERVILLE, MA--(Marketwire - September 22, 2010) - Walleye Technologies (www.walleyetechnologies.com) today announced the issuance of a second US patent 7,679,546 (Apparatus and Method for Determining Location of an Object) for its next-generation millimeter wave camera. The camera is capable of "seeing" into and through solid objects and presenting the image on an LCD screen and can be readily displayed, stored, analyzed, and transmitted. The Walleye Imaging System works like a battery-powered digital "camera" that uses invisible wavelengths to see into and through objects. The basis of the patent combines proprietary optical components with millimeter wave circuitry to create images.

The Walleye Imaging System has applications across a diversity of markets, including, consumer, security and medical applications. "This second patent builds on the solid intellectual property portfolio the company has developed to protect the Walleye camera from potential competitors as we begin to market our imaging products," says Chris Adams, CEO of Walleye Technologies.

About Walleye Technologies
Walleye Technologies develops next generation hand-held portable imaging systems capable of "seeing" into and through solid objects. The company's patent-pending imaging technology platform, the Walleye Imaging System, generates high quality images and has a diversity of applications from consumer to security imaging markets. To learn more about the Walleye Technologies, please visit www.walleyetechnologies.com.

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