For long perverts have been using infrared cameras to look through people’s underwear. So popular was the technology that an iTunes developer, 9th Art Digital Entertainment, even developed an app that promised to give users the ability to see through clothing by turning the iPhone’s camera into an infrared camera.
But now iPhone owners in Japanare up in arms against this camera with “see through lens” because they say that the $2.13 app merely makes the iPhone’s camera look infrared, but does not give actual infrared ability. iPhone owners are calling it a “lie”, a “fraud”, and a “swindle”, demanding their money back.
The ¥170 app featured in the Japanese iTunes store along with the pictures of women with exposed bottoms. But to the disappointment of many, those were the only bottoms they got to see.
Infrared cameras have been perverts best friend for some time now. Their bond grew so strong that a hi-tech garment maker even created infrared-proof panties.
But for this infrared app , any underwear seems to be infrared proof.