Sony made Possible to See Through People’s Clothes
DO YOU KNOW THAT ?? : 7,00,00 Sony Camcorders, that had technology to See Through Clothes of anyone were Accidentally Sold by the company In 1998.
Sony invented X-ray ability cameras in 1998 and soon changed the way it manufactured Nightvision camcorders so that they would not allow anyone to get the view through clothes. But some people figured out how to modify the
camera to get the see-through effect back and hundreds of the modified cameras are for sale on the Internet. The camera with all the filters sells for about $700 brand new, and is easy to obtain, Hunter found. Sony said it has no responsibility for altered or modified products.
The cameras had special lenses that use infrared light (IR) to see through some types of clothing,such as on dark colored, thin clothing – like swimsuits. The main factor is how well the fabric absorbs IR light waves. It’s not for regular digicams, but rather for camcorders with a IR night vision mode, and the resolution is low.
Using the “X-ray camera” and two volunteer models, Hunter demonstrated that a viewer could see that the female model wore nothing under a black, patterned skirt and that a man has a tattoo that says “Sosa” under his shirt.
But he points out that both models knew they were being photographed, while most people who end up on the Internet sites he found do not know that they would end up there. Their pictures are taken on the street, at swimming pools, and even beaches.
Clothes Equal Privacy Rights
The cameras are so new, that even privacy advocates are surprised. Givens says that wearing clothes gives people a right to privacy.
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