do you notice how dim the IR remote looks on the camera? you do realize that that ir remote is blasting a LOT of light so it is the same as if you can take a 3Watt flashlight and blast your face with sunglasses and see a dim light. they block 90-98% of the light. Go ahead, get a piece of Unexposed but developed 35mm film in front of your webcam and show me how it can see clearly, it cant not without a LOT of light in the room or you remote the IR filter.
Incorrect. MOST have an ir filter. Please research this, it takes you less than 3 minutes on google. if they did not have the IR filter they would easily get overwhelmed, it's why they are put in there and why people REMOVE them for astro-photography and other low light or IR light work.
I have been inside hundreds if not thousands of usb cameras as well as other cameras, even DSLR's have a IR filter on them. Specifically to remove the IR filter so that they are sensitive to the IR range. then you use a specific filter to block visible, I tend to use unexposed but developed 35mm film for my free source of IR pass visible blocking filters.
the RNC defined that as a cube 4 years ago.
current going rate is 2, 9mm rounds per package of ramen. or 2 packages of Shrimp flavor ramen.. the shrimp ones are just gross..
Be sure to hump your xBONE though..... as the ever loving Microsoft will save you.
Because ram is cheaper than flash.
You need to learn electronics.
Opaque white will work and allow it to act as the sensor.
unless the camera is designed without an IR filter, that trick does not work. And I would not use a black slider but an opaque white one. let it extend to the edge of the LCD to collect light from the screen and completely pollute the visual area of the camera sensor along with being opaque it will eliminate any trickery while being super cheap to put in place. less than $1.00 each in quantity.
Most do this, it is an apple supplier design that is falling down by cutting a corner. Most webcams do keep the sensor powered down as they generate heat and cause video noise the hotter they get, plus in a laptop it sucks up power.
Whoever designed the old macbook camera was just dumb and used the wrong lead for the LED. OR they did it on purpose if you are a tinfoil hat crowd... Damn Masons and their alien artifacts!
Brain dead easy to do, put the slider behind the glass, it can be a 0.01mm thick film with a tiny rubber nub to move it. Any 1st year engineering student could figure this out.
Actually Jesus was about 5 feet tall, and all bitcoins that are possible can fit on a single hard drive. So in fact Jesus is still far larger than bitcoin. This is assuming he is still "living". otherwise a human turned to ashes/dust fits in a 6"X4"X4" cube that is still larger than a hard drive.
I suggest using several 1980's hard drives to make bitcoin bigger than Jesus.
So you are going to pay for a loaf of bread with your American eagle gold coin? Awfully expensive bread, because I'm not making change. A lot of libertarians are pretty dumb going nuts buying gold and silver, you are buying it at the highest inflated prices and IF the economy collapses it will drop in value like a stone. so your $1000 an ounce gold becomes worth about $5.00 an ounce as trading coins.
Worst investment in your life is gold and silver right now because it is overinflated.
The problem was not Quicktime and Mpeg. Mpeg has always supported all the way up to 1920X1080p Mpeg2 Was designed for this, Mpeg1 was designed to support up to 720X480 the full video resolution of it's time.
the problem was that the only low bandwidth video at that time was the horrid "realmedia" format that was designed to be crap from day one.
"BitCoin looks like it was designed as a weapon intended to damage central banking and money issuing banks"
This is a GOOD thing, a very VERY good thing. Central banking is designed to only make a very very small number of people insanely wealthy and powerful. Only power hungry scumbags bent on world domination would be against this.