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Jun 30, 2008 07:16 |  #1

http://blog.wired.com …8/06/exclusive-inter.html (external link)

Julius von Bismarck's 'Image Fulgurator' projects stealth images into the photographs of strangers, while keeping those images invisible to human eyes.

The Fulgurator lies in wait until an unsuspecting photographer takes a picture using a flash. When the device's sensor sees this flash, it fires its own unit, throwing up an image which is captured by the hapless photographer's camera while remaining unseen by the naked eye.


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Jul 07, 2008 15:00 |  #2

interesting. sounds like a lot of fun to play with :D


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Jul 15, 2008 06:19 as a reply to  @ PiRho's post |  #3

Won't work with most modern cameras because of the preflash.


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Jul 15, 2008 14:06 |  #4

Mike V wrote in post #5914008 (external link)
Won't work with most modern cameras because of the preflash.

The way im interperting it, it will recognize a pre-flash and not fire until the actual flash..unless im reading wrong


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Jul 18, 2008 05:52 |  #5

digirebelva wrote in post #5916181 (external link)
The way im interperting it, it will recognize a pre-flash and not fire until the actual flash..unless im reading wrong

You're right with that statement. He built his own sensor and designed it to flash the image only when the camera is taking the photo. The flash for focusing and for red-eye won't affect the sensor.


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