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This Time-lapse with infrared photography has been realized by Txema Ortiz.
Numerous photographs of which have been selected 6000, all using a camera converted to infrared (720Nm), was recorded during the month of December by numerous locations in Navarre (SPAIN).
The environment you want to create is to be on another planet, everything seen from the infrared camera, creating a trip to a place that has never been seen, different from what you see with the normal eye
Infrared photography is the type of photography that allows us to capture a light spectrum that is not visible to the human eye. This light spectrum is between 700 and 1200 nanometers.
email: txemaort2@gmail.com

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Fully transparent solar cell could make every window in your house a power source
The first fully transparent solar cell harnesses wavelengths of light that are invisible to the human eye in order to generate power.

So, to achieve a truly transparent solar cell, the Michigan State team created this thing called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator (TLSC), which employs organic salts to absorb wavelengths of light that are already invisible to the human eye. Steering clear of the fundamental challenges of creating a transparent photovoltaic cell allowed the researchers to harness the power of infrared and ultraviolet light.

The TLSC projects a luminescent glow that contains a converted wavelength of infrared light which is also invisible to the human eye. More traditional (non-transparent) photovoltaic solar cells frame the panel of the main material, and it is these solar cells that transform the concentrated infrared light into electricity.