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originally posted by: sayzaar
originally posted by: Char-Lee
a reply to: DrunkYogi
Guess there are tons of different glow in the dark lenses.
These clearly state that a form of UV light or (black light) to work, not total darkness ! or did you not even read about them before posting the links ?
Also, as someone has already quite rightly stated, the contact lenses produce a halo or if you like a 'polo' type effect because the iris cannot be covered to allow the wearer to see. I don't see that in this vid, and yes it IS clear enough to see the light covers their eyes completely.
originally posted by: tavi45
The human eye does not reflect light well and it's not like someone took a picture of them with a camera flash which even still does not produce this glow effect. Most primates, including humans, lack a tapetum lucidum
The eyes in this video are actual light sources. The contacts that are the go to excuse don't actually have this effect. They glow like glow in the dark (ever play with glow in the dark products, they don't glow so much as they are visible in the dark). They don't cover the entire eye (contacts never do) but cover the part where the iris is to change the normal blue or brown color to a fluorescent/neon color. They don't make your entire eye glow.
Also you're telling me that these people are ravers? Have you ever been to a rave? This was the lamest rave ever then. No Blacklights or light shows and everyone is dressed like it's a wedding or other format event.
Also if these are ravers with glow in the dark contacts then why are they a super boring white? Also why do they fade simultaneously? Also this was a clear power outage that was unexpected. No music anymore and people screamed.
The only similar thing I can find is that glittering white eyes are a precursor to a RARE eye cancer and this is mostly a childhood phenomenon. I doubt three adults in there all have rare eye cancer. Plus this still isn't a full on illuminating glow like in the video. The contacts things is a lazy response if you research it at all.
originally posted by: bluemooone2
Do not forget here that it was not a trick of the camera or reflection , because of the band member that witnessed this. He really seemed puzzled by it.
I am just going by his mannerisms here and I would be interested if anyone could offer a brief translation.
originally posted by: charlyv
When lights go out due to power breaker trips, the emergency surveillance camera's are still on, and they have infrared led clusters around the camera lens so those camera's can see in the dark better. Video and cell phone camera's are sensitive to IR, and I think that is what is reflecting tn the eyes of those people. IMHO