Whoever heard of a night vision lens for a smart phone? Nothing seems impossible these days, and one London-based company has just proven that nothing is impossible – with a little creativity, foresight and determination, and of course having access to financial resources – they are determined to bring to market a new night vision lens for the smartphones, iPhone and iPad.
Set to officially in the consumer market on November 25, PSY Corporation Ltd., through their spokesperson Maro Montresor, this is one Kickstarter campaign that will radically change forever the use of smartphones and handheld gadgets.
“The Snooperscope has effectively given your mobile device the ability to see and capture the world in complete darkness while revealing items not visible to your naked eye,” says Marco.
What is Snooperscope? According to founder/creator Marco, Snooperscope is a special wireless invention that, by using your mobile device as a screen and the infrared light as a source, enables you to see in low light conditions and in total darkness. Moreover, under visible light, it reveals hidden things that normally cannot be seen by the human eye.
The small and light Snooperscope employs special optics that enables the users to see in areas covered by the light even though the naked eye only detects total darkness.
Marco has further revealed that a number of more practical applications have been developed with the Snooperscope because of its ability to peer through any opaque material that infrared rays can pass through Snooperscope, which Marco claims is perfect for professional and personal applications, can be use not just to see in dark places, but also be used to see through objects like liquids, inks and textiles, seeing dust and motes in environments.
“Overall, it’s a fund device that has several useful applications, plus it is a great gift for photographers, filmmakers, hinders, and wildlife observers,” says Maro, adding that their developing this new portable device was not an easy task for them.
Snooperscope is primarily a Night Vision device and whether by biological or technological means, night vision is made possible by a combination of two approaches: sufficient spectral range, and sufficient intensity range. Humans have poor night vision compared to many animals, in part because the human eye lacks a lucidum.
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