A Distorted Image for TSA X-Ray Scanning

A security X-ray screening system comprises an X-ray scanner that scans an individual and produces an image signal. An image processor connected to the X-ray scanner receives the image signal and processes the image signal to produce a distorted image of the individual. In one embodiment the image processor stretches, elongates, and/or re-sizes sections of the image signal and produces the distorted image of the individual. For more detailed disclosure download PatentFox Report 2902.

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