Have you ever fantasized about having X-ray vision like Superman? The Walabot DIY will give you, or I should say your smartphone, that superpower. What is it? Walabot DIY is a device that uses 3D imaging technology to see through drywall, cement, and other materials to determine the location of pipes, wires, and even rodents’ nests. This device connects magnetically to Android phones 5.0 and higher. Using the phone’s display and Walabot’s built-in 3D imaging sensors, it will show both the depth and location of objects up to four inches or 10 centimeters of concrete or drywall, making it a great tool for weekend DIY projects. I want one to find out where critters are located in the ceiling of my computer room (just one of the joys of living in the woods). WalabotDIY retails for $299 USD, but for a limited time early adopters can take advantage of a special $199 USD introductory launch price. To order WalabotDIY or learn more, visit http://walabot.com/diy.
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