"625 discarded remote controls, repurposed to broadcast live television using the infrared LEDs inside each device. Creating an infrared display invisible to the naked eye. When viewed through infrared goggles, the light becomes visible and the low resolution TV broadcast can be seen."

INFRA by Chris Shen (by Chris Shen)

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    Neat! making images with Infrared light! who would have thought of that…
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    Ironictech?
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    I like this; it reminds me that most of the reality that surrounds us is invisible.
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