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|Here's a simple lie detector that can be built in a few minutes, but can be incredibly useful when you want to know if someone is really telling you the truth. It is not as sophisticated as the ones the professionals use, but it works. It works by measuring skin resistance, which goes down when you lie.|
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|can we use digital meter in place of analog???|
|please am finding it difficult to build this circuit and i need your help by sending me a video tutorial of how to build the simple lie detector.hope my request will meet your kindest consederation|
|yes, this is the really very nice project and i made also.. its working bindas....|
|Dear Sir or Ma'am, I would like to ask if the pointer of the analog meter goes down when somebody lies or is my analog meter the problem? Also, when it is being tested, does the meter have to move from 0 then so on or from any number as long as it moves then it is lying? please reply asap. i need thisproject two days from now :(|
|is this really works if yes plz mail me back coz i wana do this project|
|I want to ask about how does analog meter works in dis lie detector??|
|ARE THE 4.5V IN THE DIAGRAM BATTERIES ? HOW MUCH WE NEED TO GIVE THE POTENTIAL VOLTAGES|
|i am a BTECH 3rd year student .i want to submit this project in my college as a minor project so please give me it's complete information project report and pdf file .please send as early as possible we have a limited time.thank u ..................|
|AHEM. Professional lie detection examiner specified "ask yes or no questions only" by preparing brackets (sets) of questions ahead of time|
|I did not find the transistor of that you said. He i try any other transistor what would be the circuit|
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