1 year ago
Last edited at 1:54PM on 1/24/2013
Probably. Make sure you don't take off those shorts.
This sort of function is nothing new.
Back in the 1930s a young engineering student named Hugh Jones (he headed up England's Secret Intelligence Service during WW2 and later became a professor at a Scottish University). persuaded a visiting science journalist that he had invented a device that allowed him to see through a telephone.
He phoned the journo in his hotel room and proved beyond any reasonable doubt that this was so by describing everything the man did.
The article was written but I'm not sure if it was ever published or whether the magazine editor pulled the plug on it but the simple truth was that Jones was in another room of the hotel and could see into the journalist's room, looking across the light well.