[Noisebridge-discuss] Near infrared imaging (660nm-1000nm)
thelilz0r at gmail.com
Wed Sep 4 07:12:50 UTC 2013
Apparently if you have an iphone 4s you can just use the rear-facing camera
and it doesn't have an IR filter on it. And there are tons of tutorials out
there for removing IR filters from webcams, etc.
On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 2:53 AM, Jonathan Toomim <jtoomim at jtoomim.org> wrote:
> Do any of you have access to imaging devices which work with NIR, such as
> cameras with the IR filter removed? Anyone have any other nifty optics,
> like optical highpass or lowpass filters, or monochromators?
> In related news, I should soon have a bunch of premium surface-mount IR
> LEDs at various wavelengths with rather high power outputs (some of which
> are rated for 1 A pulse currents). Email me if you might have a use for
> some of them.
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