posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 01:13 PM
First, what part of the infrared spectrum are you referring to since each part of the band has significantly different attributes? I will presume you
mean the NIR band since the CCD/CMOS focal plane arrays in webcams cannot sense the much more mythicized thermal infrared part of the spectrum.
Secondly what does ultraviolet have to do with it? Common Focal plane arrays cannot sense this part of the spectrum either.
Thirdly, where is this laser you are speaking of on my webcam?
Fourthly, as posted earlier there is a NIR blocking filter in the optical path of your webcam so almost all of the NIR light you are jamming down it's
throat with your TV remote (or coming from Niberu) will go undetected (you may image a faint residual, blue bleed through).
Fifth, how is it that your little webcam can compete with all of the multimillion dollar telescopes around the world that are unable to see what you
do? After all they incorporate gigantic optics, specialized filters and processing software, ridiculously high resolution imagers capable of seeing
across many parts of the spectrum, and oh yea.... People that know a lot about imaging science.
Sixth, why are you posting this fantasy crap when you obviously know nothing about the topic or critical thinking?
edit on 19-9-2011 by dainoyfb because: I typo'd.