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Topic - Adam Harvey
As the market for commercial unmanned aerial systems explodes, so does the potential for savvy entrepreneurs to make a few bucks by hawking a variety of anti-drone products.
If you’ve ever wanted to evade overhead surveillance drones — and, of course, look stylish while doing so — then Adam Harvey has you covered. Literally.
If you've ever wanted to evade overhead surveillance drones -- and, of course, look stylish while doing so -- then Adam Harvey has you covered.
"I was following trends in surveillance, and I started to realize that people were now concerning themselves with drones and the repercussions of drone surveillance," says Adam Harvey, whose new clothing line includes a hoodie and burqa that renders wearers less visible to infrared imaging cameras.
Mr. Harvey said his next project likely will be a T-shirt that will display a crossed-out graphic over the wearer's heart when viewed through a body-scanning machine.