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(keitai-l) Re: X-ray vision for the V602-SH?

From: Kyle Barrow <kyle_at_pukupi.com>
Date: 10/26/04
Message-Id: <D8154E9C-26EC-11D9-B88F-000A95D6A470_at_pukupi.com>
Yes it's true and not limited to mobile cameras. The military has had  
this stuff for years and you may remember Sony pulling a video camera  
from market with similar capabilities.

Kyle


On 2004 Oct 26, , at 09:37, Ryan Shaw wrote:

> Is this true?
>
> "A developer in Tokyo has created an add-on for Vodafone handsets  
> that's
> meant to be used as a night filter to let people take pictures with
> their phones in the dark.
>
> "Unfortunately, the night vision camera has an unexpected side effect,
> according to Japanese developer Yamada Denshi. In the right
> circumstances, it allows users to see a lot more than they bargained  
> for.
>
> "As well as taking snaps in the dark, the Yamada Denshi infrared filter
> apparently sees through people's clothes."
>
> http://news.com.com/ 
> Peeping+Tom+filter+lets+phones+see+through+bikinis/2100-1039_3 
> -5425105.html
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