Apparently the yacht built for Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has an anti-photo shield.
Hereâ€™s how it works. When the crew monitoring the waters suspects lingering paparazzi they activate the shield which then uses lasers to scan the surroundings for CCD. The laser will then shoot a pulse of light into the lens of the camera to destroy the photo.
The UK photo magazine Amateur Photographer has already asked a lawyer in London if destroying photoâ€™s from afar is legal. Hereâ€™s what he said: â€œintermeddling with goods belonging to someone else, or altering their condition, is a trespass to goods and will entitle the photographer to claim compensation without having to prove loss.â€
Here are a few other things build into this massive 557 foot, $1.2 billion yacht, named Eclipse:
2 x helipads
2 x swimming pools
1 x 6 foot screen in each guest room (not sure how many rooms)
1 x mini-submarine
50+ x missile-proof windows
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