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Now for something completely different!

These, and many others on YouTube, blew my mind... :)

The infrared colour effect depends on the filters used and the camera's sensitivity to infrared. This makes it particularly noticeable with vegetation, which actually reflect far more infrared than optical light.

Colour infrared video- Tokyo

Transition from colour to monochrome to monochrome infrared (watch the tree!) to colour infrared- Also in Tokyo

Infrared colour swapping- Tokyo skyline

Stop-motion timelapse video of London-area parks-- in Infrared! (Mind-tripping!)

Some town in infrared- All the plants are WHITE!

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Added: 7 years, 9 months ago
7 years, 9 months ago
GROOVY! I also noticed YouTube changed their player again. :P
7 years, 9 months ago
That depends on the supplied link- In this case, coming from my iPod, which I then forwarded to my Mac (where I actually save the videos, so I could watch offline and/or on our 32" widescreen HDTV), and so the YouTube app on my iPod supplies a player variable. It's different from the default player, if the variable is edited out. (To save, add "keep-" to "youtube" in the URL.)

And yes, "groovy" is an appropos response... ;) It looks like it's on some alien world! ;) It's actually a two-colour method, where red is visible light, and green-blue is infrared light, which ends up making the vegetation look blue-white to white! :) It also says something about the typical black hair of the Japanese: it has colour in infrared. :) (Ooo, look- Purple hair! :D Now we know why purple hair is common in anime! :D *dodges assorted objects thrown*)

7 years, 9 months ago
woah that is some cool stuffs
7 years, 9 months ago
There is more to this world that just within the range of what we see and hear, and I like that kind of challenge. :)

(This is why I like science fiction, as much as science fact. :) )

Glad you enjoyed it. :) Looks great on the big TV screen, too. :)

7 years, 9 months ago
That is so cool! The way the sky comes out a sort of brown colour is actually eerier than the blue trees.

...say, didn't the 9th doctor once describe Gallifrey as looking something like that?
7 years, 9 months ago
Those were neat! Thanks. =3
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