As a lover of science fiction, I like nothing more to imagine that I could travel round the universe visiting strange new worlds, seeking out new civilisations etc etc. But I know it is only an artificial image created by clever special effects and computer graphics and will never be a reality for quite some time yet.
These same artificial images condition our thinking in so many ways. Have you ever heard a car accident happen? It is surprisingly quiet, sometimes the squeal of tyres on dry tarmac is louder than the relatively quiet crump of metal on metal absorbing the impact. That wouldn’t make for exciting action movies, so the directors make it seem like some apocalyptic event with bangs, crashes, splintering glass and often fire and explosions!
The same is true for someone breaking a glass window, unlike the movies it is often so quiet that even people inside do not hear it. We are regularly informed by surprised owners that they or their neighbours never heard a thing when their high-security double glazed French doors are left looking like this image after a break-in
The final fallacy I would like to address is where the secret agent inserts and almost invisible device into a ventilation grille in a room. This miraculous device record every single detail in hi-definition under all lighting conditions, with hi-fidelity sound,. It does all of this and transmit the same signal impossible distances in real time! Sorry folks this is as much make believe as Captain Kirks transporter!
Until the laws of physics are re-defined the impossible is beyond the reach of us mere mortals.
We are good at is dealing with the possible and converting your requirements into solutions that remain within the realm of realism. We leave fantasy to the movie makers!