Pentax 67ii, SMC 200mm f4, Heliopan sh-pmc CPL, Hitech Orange, Lee GND 0.9 SE, Kodak EIR Aerochrome self-developed in Fuji Hunt Chrome 6X (6-bath E6-) kit, wet-mounted drumscan (scanned through PhotoMultiplier Tubes - PMTs - no CCD nor CMOS used in the light detection process).
The Tehachapi-based, independent “citizen science” group Science for the Masses created the sellable “night vision eye drop” after researching a natural molecule called Chlorin e6. Ce6 allows certain deep sea fish to see in the dark.
After applying the drops, scientists were able to clearly and instantly
recognize people over 160 feet away in pitch blackness standing in the
woods. Their eyes absorbed so much more light,
sunglasses were required indoors.
Fortunately, the molecule can also easily by extracted from plants like
algae, and it’s already used in some cancer treatments, so it’s proven
Two men forming “citizen science” group Science for the Masses created an eyedrop made primarily of Chlorin e6, derived from a deep-sea bioluminescent fish. They claim the drops can help them clearly make out people over 160 feet away in pitch blackness standing in the woods. Would you try the drops?
Kim Horcher discusses with special guests Malik Forte (Gaming Editor, Nerdist.com) and Carl White (Pro-gaming world champion “Perfect Legend” )