X-ray Vision Becomes a Reality! Camera Lens Lets You See Through Clothes!

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X-ray vision allowing you to see through clothes and other things, once a fantasy of children and men everywhere (although for different reasons), has become a reality with the Infrared See-Through Filter PF xray vision lens by Kaya. This is genuine xray vision, as easy as screwing a filter on your camera lens.


According to Kaya, their x-ray vision lens allows you to not only see through clothes, but a host of other materials. “The PF is a special optical device that helps to visually penetrate an object’s surface in order to view whatever lies below. The PF makes it possible for you to see images that are normally invisible to the human eye. It sounds like science-fiction but it isn’t; this fantastic new product has been developed using the most highly advanced optical technologies available,” explains Kaya.

Did Kaya really make an x-ray vision lens? How is it possible? Here’s Kaya’s explanation; does it sound like sound science to you?:

“The visible part of the spectrum falls between the wavelengths of 430nm~690nm. (1nm=10-9m) Infrared rays have much larger wavelengths than this. We divide them into “Near Infrared Rays” (690nm-4,000nm) and “Extreme Infrared Rays” (over 4,000nm).

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Unlike ultraviolet and visible rays, infrared rays tend to penetrate any medium rather easily because of their large wavelengths. This also means that infrared rays are not refracted much at all when passing from one medium to another. When we shine sunlight through a prism, it is refracted at an angle according to its wavelength. The blue end of the visible spectrum has the shortest wavelength, so is refracted the most. At the other end of the spectrum, beyond the red, visible light, infrared rays are barely refracted at all because of their long wavelength. The KAYA PF exploits this characteristic of infrared light. It only lets through these long-wavelength rays, which have low refractive rays, and not all the ultraviolet and visible rays.”

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50 thoughts on “X-ray Vision Becomes a Reality! Camera Lens Lets You See Through Clothes!

  1. I have replicated many of the see-thru photos using pre September 98 production Sony camcorders and you definately can see thru certain fabrics, dark fabric has best results. I have added IR pass filters to nightshot but they didn’t improve the outcome much at all, nothing like KAYA filters claim but I would be willing to give them a shot, you know for investigative purposes. For you knuckleheads that claim it is all bogus do like I did, buy an older Sony and experiment, not that difficult to do or expensive.

  2. last i read, IR is heat related i.e alarm sensors. So in saying when the IR wave hits it passes thru fabric because of the cotton spacing, then heating our bodies,so the filter/lens/camera picks up the IR wave lenth reflected off our body. something like that!

  3. NOT TRUE, THIS IS JUST ANOTHER MONEY MAKING SCHEME. THE NET IS PACKED WITH MANY THINGS AND MAKE BELIEF ITEMS NOT A GOOD IDEA. IF YOU CAN SEE THROUGH CLOTHES THEN YOU SHOULD SEE THROUGH SKIN…THINK PEOPLE THIOS IS I GIMICK…!

    1. nope, it’s true, but skin is thicker and harder too see through, its complicated but real. the camera is now off the market.

  4. I love how mike’s son (comment # 2) thinks that since radio waves and IR waves are lower in energy than xrays, that neither of them will pass through fabric… ” oh no, my portable radio won’t work if i put it inside my pocket”
    Hey Mike’s son, Radio waves pass through sheetrock walls and visible light waves of higher frequency don’t.
    what an idiot.
    It has more to do with the ability of the specific material to absorb EM waves at different frequencies. Visible light has a frequency range in which solid materials absorb. There are lots of electrons in solid objects which can absorb the energy of a visible light photon, so most things are opaque to the human eye. It just so happens that IR waves can penetrate some clothing and that camera ccd’s will capture some IR waves.

    I took the IR filter off a cheap video camera and got the same results as the above picture.. as long as the fabric is tight it doesn’t matter much on the color but the density does make a big difference.

    All you people calling BS, go read and learn about Electromagnetic Radiation!

  5. yeah….and i’ll sell you my half of the moon for twenty bucks. dont beleive this and def dont waste your money. research it, the info is bullshit

  6. can u use a camera like this for x ray vision lenses. Casio Exilim EX-Z1000. could u search it on google images

  7. I want to buy this product .see through filter .“how can this be possible? even if it is, how can it be allowed? Men all over the world would be buying this lens just to check out how any girl looks naked…in the end…it is a violation to privacy…girls might as well walk around naked. and price.
    The visible part of the spectrum falls between the wavelengths of 430nm~690nm. (1nm=10-9m) Infrared rays have much larger wavelengths than this. We divide them into “Near Infrared Rays” (690nm-4,000nm) and “Extreme Infrared Rays” (over 4,000nm).

  8. IUsit possible/ know somekind of filter.lens by which we can read the number hidden in alottery ticket… or at least to know what beneath the masking take on the lottery.. hehehe

  9. sony dcr-trv310 is the camera u want.it has to b modified which takes bout 10 mins and is simple.then u need the filters from ebay.780 nm filter for cloudy.850nm filter for sunny days.u use nightvison during the day and at night with the filters.trust me.

  10. well, if you want an xray device that works, try this site:
    http://www.advanced-intelligence.com/xraycam.html

  11. I have bought “kaya” lens. YES it really work !!! the disadvantage is that you can only see it through if they are using WET cloth. You have to be on the beach to make full use of it

  12. I want to buy one Kaya 58mm PF4 filter and I want to receive the Item Payable in cash when receive it.
    Thank a lot.

  13. Hi,i’m looking for this lens,would you send me the detailed parameter,thank you in advanced.

  14. aww, god, c’mon!!! this only works with natural sunlight, because normal lights doesn’t send ir and xray.

  15. I’m in Material Science (and have studied physics for 8 years). Seriously, get a life if you cant tell this is a hoax then send me $200 and I’ll make you a pair… Pick up a book on optics, this is bull***t…

  16. I want to know if this optic to beams x works in order to see the code hidden under the platinum of the telephone cards.
    if someone of you knows to give to an answer to thanks you

  17. i have purchased a XNight-XDP IR filter but it does not work , i tried using it with my sony cam in nightshot mode using different material with different lights but i failed to get the results as shown on their website maxmax.com . May be i am doing something wrong.

  18. Interesting concept but think about it would you want some freak with an IR lens checking out your gf or wife.

  19. mike’s “astronomer/physicist” son must be a moron. the reason this works is because cotton and many other materials clothing is generally made from allows the IR wavelength to simply pass through it. Cotton is invisible to IR.

  20. how can this be possible? even if it is, how can it be allowed? Men all over the world would be buying this lens just to check out how any girl looks naked…in the end…it is a violation to privacy…girls might as well walk around naked.

  21. I want to buy one Kaya 58mm PF4 filter and I want to receive the Item at my address: 53 – Quang Trung Street,10 Ward,GOVAP District,Ho Chi Minh City-VIETNAM.
    Payable in cash when receive it.
    Thank a lot.

  22. i heard from friendz tat there is a samsung videocam has this function.. any 1 noe the model mail me thks.

  23. Fantastic technology and i have seen the outcomes but how to be able to obtain such a device is the main question. Where ever and how ever as a amature photography student i think this will boost grades quite significantly.

  24. I e-mailed this claim to my son, who is an astronomer/physicist, and he had this to say:

    “While it is true that InfraRed has a longer wavelength (and less energy) than Visible Light, this means that it would have a HARDER time penetrating objects, the exact opposite of what the article claims. Not only that, but with longer wavelengths comes lower resolution. Yes, IR refracts less than Visible – but that fact is irrelevant. Radio waves are waves even longer than IR and thus refract even less, so according to their logic, should be even better for seeing through things.
    “Think of this. When we go to the dentist, we get X-Rays. X-Rays are SHORTER in wavelength and thus more energetic, and, as we all know, are able to penetrate cloth and skin. But when you put something (like food) under an IR lamp, the surface heats up because the IR can NOT go through the object. Superman had it right. These people are wrong.”

  25. Ok, ya told us about it, now how do we get our hands on it?
    Actually I look for things like this to market and yur driving me nuts with no more info than this teaser!
    Otherwise love ya and your depth of info – keep it up.
    Nanny

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