User Story: Eerily Accurate with Objects in Room
I have the Ghost Radar Legacy app and it seems to be great at picking up things in the rooms I’m in, so I tried various locations. Laundrymat: “clothes.” My work: the actual business name. Doctor’s office: chart, sink, body, screen. My home: “rice” (we had used a rice cooker that night), “mirror” (hand mirror my b/f used and it was sitting on a table next to the rice cooker), “him, leg, gone” (my b/f is an amputee). In our bedroom it said “rod” (curtains were being washed, there was just a rod), “cage” (dog cage at the end of the bed). It said “Jim”, my b/f’s name, just after I had texted something to him, he texted back his mom asked what we were doing for Easter, it came up “Jimmy” which only his mom calls him. So I haven’t had any success with direct questions being answered, but what it lists in the rooms I’m in is eerily accurate. At first I thought it might be sensing shapes, like echolocation/sonar that dolphins use, but I don’t think the app is that technologically advanced.
—XenaCruz from PA