We’ve featured IR webcams before, but this is Fuji FinePix 2300 still camera that has been modified to take IR photos. The site has a pretty thorough walk through of the disassembly and has all of the warnings you’d expect. Once the IR filter is removed (or broken in this case) it is replaced by at least two layers of material cut from exposed 35mm negatives. From the sample pictures it looks like it works well. I kinda wish I had been an early adopter so I’d have a worthless camera laying around right now to tear open.
[thanks Captain seduction]
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I was wrong. The skull and crossbones isn’t gaining new popularity. Josh Rubin is just obsessed. I do love my Kid Robot hoodie.
Here are some other IR cam links:
Nikon D70 [christofer flynn]
Polaroid PDC2010 [via]
Windows 95 and Linux on PSP via Bochs Thanks to [matan] for sending it directly to us, but it’s hard to scoop Engadget with one post a day.
Speaking of Engadget, if I buy a scribbler robot is it a tax writeoff?
Helium balloon aerial movies [anoymous](sic)
Build your own render farm This got lost in the shuffle yesterday.
Google maps hacking blog I’m sure this isn’t the only one out there. [anoymous]
[Derwin] removed the mushrooms from Supre Mario Brothers. See how hard withdrawl is.
The last issue of Phrack has been released. [a person]
Damn, I’ve been looking for that graffiti bot link forever.
The text editor poll is complete, have a look at the results.
Want to have a Hack-A-Day meetup in your area? First, let’s find out who lives near you by marking your location on the Hack-A-Day guest map. Make sure to throw in your contact info. [via Download Squad]
As usual, keep the links coming in.
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