Snooperscope Adds Night Vision To Smartphone Cameras

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How to see in the dark

The device creates its own private network, the user connects to it, and then accesses what the night vision camera sees using the included application. From within the app users can see what the Snooperscope sees, and they can also snap photos and videos. The camera itself uses infrared light that is converted into an image that is visible by the human eye. Because it uses IR, that means the human eye cannot see the light generated by the device, thus allowing it to be used in stealth. PSY Corporation is seeking funding for the Snooperscope on Kickstarter. It has already exceeded its 40,000 goal.
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Photograph: David De Lossy/Getty Images If you forgot to pack a torch or a pair of night-vision goggles in your adventure kit, you can follow these handy tips to help you see better in the dark. Particularly useful for a short dash to a tree, bush, or whatever vital thing you left in the car. Naomi Walmsley, co-founder of Outback2basics , tells us how: Illustrations: Guardian Graphics 1. Stare at a fire Find a strong source of light, such as a campfire maybe one you’ve built yourself 2.
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No, there’s not an app for that … but there is the USNV Night Vision iPhone Adapter. Before you get too excited about it, you should note that it doesn’t directly turn an iPhone into a night vision scope you’ll still need an actual separate scope. What the NViA does is bridge the iPhone with the night vision scope to leverage iPhone features like video recording, geo-tagging and messaging … because when you’re in the middle of a midnight tail, sometimes you want to go back and scour the footage for more clues or I assume that you might want to do that, if you were some type of vigilante running around the city with a pair of infrared goggles. The NViA slides onto the iPhone and connects with a variety of night vision and thermal imaging devices with a threaded mount. Once installed, the iPhone gives you a larger night vision display and allows you to record video and photos, zoom and adjust optic settings, geo-tag your footage, and send images to others.
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Turn your iPhone into a networked night vision scope

The adapter can be used with several night vision and thermal imaging devices

On the Google Play site, the app description reads: Want to make the most original photos when out at night without having to use the flash? Or you love to take pictures of your neighbor while changing? As the night vision camera will be your favorite app! Finally you can take photos at night without anyone noticing. Make original photos when you go running or your partner while sleeping. The camera night vision application is very easy to use and lets you take pictures at night without having to use external light. Besides the night vision camera app contains no advertising or annoying banners. According to AVAST the app requests a variety of permissions for functions that are suspicious for a camera app.
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