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Walleye Technologies

October 25, 2010 09:15 ET

Walleye™ Technologies Releases First Video Demonstration of Its Millimeter Wave Imager 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 - October 25, 2010) - Walleye Technologies ( today announced release of the first video demonstration of its next-generation millimeter wave imager. The imager 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 Imager is a battery-powered handheld device that uses invisible wavelengths to see into and through objects.

"The imager has been in an extensive development program and we are now able to release the initial videos demonstrating the imager in a typical wall setting," said Robert Sengstaken, vice president of engineering at Walleye Technologies. "Due to heightened interest in the imager we wanted to show the imager in action. In the coming months we intend to continue releasing additional information on the imager's capabilities as we move closer to production and market introduction."

Earlier this month Walleye gave a live demonstration at the Renesas developers' conference in Garden Grove, California. The imager, which incorporates Renesas technology, was a crowd favorite at the conference.

The video of Walleye's next-generation millimeter wave imager can be viewed at

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 Walleye Technologies visit

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