We've seen this coming up through development, but the electronic virtual stripping machine is finally making its way to an airport in Canada, though just for a pilot project. The scanner was unveiled on Thursday. It uses "millimetre waves" to create a detailed 3-D image of the subject's body and any contraband they may have under their clothes. Interestingly, the operator -- who is right by the scanner -- sees a fuzzy image but another officer in a "private room" gets a much more detailed peep at the person's body. See: Passengers virtually stripped naked by 3-D airport scanner.