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Privacy has become a very important issue in modern society, with companies and governments constantly abusing their power, more and more people are waking up to the importance of digital privacy.
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Could this sound information be captured on a camera? If so, then all the videos of cities at night might actually contain people’s private conservation’s in their homes, waiting to be decoded.
Only if it shoots about 5k images per second or more. (see this and this) A bit less might also work, but legibility is already pretty limited at 2kHz Bandwith, but it’s probably possible to resynthesize some of the lost sound.
No, the sensors aren’t “high resolution” enough. For the work from the link they had to focus a telescope onto a special detector.
Definitely cool, but not a new idea.
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What if the bulb is covered with a lampshade?
Pack it up boys.