|Aug12-12, 10:42 AM||#1|
Infrared as watermark that can be detected by camera even in daylight
Infrared works perfectly fine as a watermark on still images (infrared LEDs put at the back of the image) and even videos when the surrounding is dark.
Is there a way to make it more noticeable even in broad daylight?
And let's say, if my surrounding is dimmer and I want to obscure still-images without putting infrared LEDs at the back, but projecting the beam in front of the image, is there a way to make the infrared rays brighter? I tried using 4 flashlights/spotlights-style with 12 IrLEDs each but the image is still not blocked.
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|Aug12-12, 11:11 AM||#2|
Good luck with your photographic enterprise.
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