[INFORMATION ON THE USE OF LASERS TO TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY DISABLE SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS]
Artículo publicado por Michael Naimark en octubre de 2002
[…] Laser pointers represent a case study of what happens when technological advancement and high volume production reduce costs so much that a product simply happens, regardless of need or utility. Laser and other light-based pointing devices were originally made to help a lecturer highlight something on an accompanying projection screen. So in theory, there need not be more pointers in the world than lecterns or projection screens (or lecturers). But because laser pointers could be made and sold for a few dollars, they found a market as a novelty item. […]
Artículo publicado por Rob Merchant (MTS Intelligent Surveillance Solutions) en enero de 2012
This paper investigates the level of threat that commercial and consumer lasers pose to CCTV cameras. None of the tests were conducted by the author, but several tests from various cited sources were compiled to determine what types of lasers can pose permanent damage, what are the power requirements, and considerations of the costs associated with deployment. Finally, problem mitigation and prevention is addressed.
Vídeo publicado en YouTube el 08/06/2011 por styropyro