The smart peeps at MIT have created a camera that can look around the corner.
To do this, the system uses a so-called femtosecond laser to send out extremely short light pulses that are aimed at a nearby wall, then bounce around, hit the object hiding and then bounce back to the camera.
Then smart software figures out what is lurking behind the wall by determining how long it took those pulses to return to the camera.
This happens over and over again at different angles, meaning that the system will ultimately be able to get a general idea of the object hidden.
check out the video below