One woman has asked question about Augmented Reality Ghost Hunter for Android devices at the Jammer-Store Wiki, and here is what she got as the answer. This information has plenty of data about this (unexpectedly as for me) dangerous Android app, so Jammer-Store.com allowed to share it with you.
Augmented Reality Ghost Hunter (ARGH) is the app for Android gadgets that was created by Northwestern University to utilize the so-termed “soft control” of the people to control their movements along various places in the flexible and unostentatious way. The main object of the test is to obtain the photos of various locations from different places and cam positions to make full 3D models of those things.
The entire system functions on the approach of the exciting game and people curious about obtaining more points and having more fun from this app. The primary aim of that Ghost Hunter app is to hunt the ghosts that might be visible through the usage of augmented reality display of your smartphone and defeat them. Precisely at the zapping instant image required for University’s experiment will be shot by the cam of your smartphone.
I suppose that is the main thing you are probably seeking to steer clear of. And I may comprehend why.
You see, the places where those ghosts will be located may be effortlessly controlled. In such unobtrusive way many scientists, large companies and the authorities may control people movement and collect pictures of locations they are into and other people that visit those locations in addition. How may you avoid this? The only possible way I may envisage is to avoid Augmented Reality Ghost Hunter application from functioning by jamming all communication signals used by smartphones because you cannot cease their cams from taking photos.
Oh, and you may also utilize 4G signal jamming device in case somebody will play ARGH game on 4G enabled device.