Four Quadrant Bullet Sensor Presented by Ghost Adventures in the Los Coches Adobe Episode
The Goals of the Bullet Sensor:
During investigations it is difficult to tell how fields of energy are changing. This week we built a quad sensor that shows the direction of the energy change and the level of change. Dubbed the bullet sensor because of the shape and that it is intended to provide rapid visual cues of energy changes.
How the Bullet Sensor works:
The sensor has four separate antennas, each is monitored continually for changes in EMF / static fields.
As the energy level changes the light color will change on 1/4 of the device based on the antenna with the highest level of change.
Using a series of RGB leds the sensor can show energy as dark blue to pure white and virtually any color in between. Basically the lower the energy the darker the color. So dark blue is like a calm zero energy state and white would be the highest energy level.
How the Bullet Sensor was made:
This device is built from a combination of laser cut parts along with 3D printed parts to create the shell and housing. The four antennas are rubber tipped for safety and protrude from the top of the bullet dome. Powered by a LiPo battery and runs for 12 hours on a single charge. The build was roughly 65 hours from concept to finished device.
It features a 24 RGB led and a microprocessor control.
Further information on the Ghost Adventures Season 11 / Episode 06: