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Jams
26-10-2004, 02:23 PM
Yamada Denshi developed a night vision filter for Vodafone V602-SH cell phones that allows one to see beneath peoples' clothes if the conditions are right. The filter is said to work best when used on dark-colored bikinis.

holy crap that is the mother of all inventions. its a pity they are only available in Japan.

Winston001
26-10-2004, 02:54 PM
Only if you are into skeletons. Sad, but whatever smokes your tyres. ]:)

metla
26-10-2004, 02:57 PM
So the plan is to creep around swimmming pools taking covert photos of girls in dark bikini's with a cell phone?

to see some skin?

Lmao.

What a waste of time and effort,Better off asking the girls in bikini's if they need some attention.

Pete O\'Neil
26-10-2004, 03:05 PM
Me imagines a pasty lil white nerd creeping around swiming pools

LMAO

Wouldnt it be easier to do a google search for porn?

Jams
26-10-2004, 03:09 PM
HA!. you all sit here moaning about it. but you would all accept one with a huge grin if you were offered one.

metla
26-10-2004, 03:24 PM
lmao.

I hate to break it to ya,but its something you grow out of,...that is once certain events in your life take place.

After that the idea of low res bad quality photos can't compare.

I wouldn't even want a cellphone that could take photo's,let alone an adaptor to see through dark bikini's.

Although as a teenager i would have been doing my damnest to get them out of their bikini's,i wouldnt imagine i would have been fussed with a cellphone and toy camera

45South
26-10-2004, 06:48 PM
Cool, gotta be easier than the wee webcams built into the toes of my shoes

the highlander
26-10-2004, 07:07 PM
>Yamada Denshi developed a night vision filter for Vodafone V602-SH cell phones that allows one to see beneath peoples' clothes if the conditions are right. The filter is said to work best when used on dark-colored bikinis.<

They had a model of videocam a few years back which when used with an ir filter reproduced the same results. Once the company became aware of the nefarious purposes to which it was being used for they yanked it from the market and dumbed it down. But that aside I think that anyone walking around with any electronic device in a swimming pool area is looked upon with great suspicion nowadays whether it be a phone, pda, calculator or microwave and probably with justification considering the number of wierdos into gadgets like this.

Baldy
26-10-2004, 07:42 PM
I think you could do that several years ago with Sony handicams.

Yeah and crikey is a good title for this thread too