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Uploaded on Sep 1, 2011

Some digital cameras are sensitive to wavelengths of light
that we cannot see with our eyes. This simple demonstration shows that an ordinary camera on a mobile phone can "see" the invisible infrared light emitted by a television (or other) remote control.

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