Monday, October 22, 2012

License plate frame designed to combat red light cameras




noPhoto, a license frame designed to detect red light cameras and emit a flash that prevents the cameras from taking a clear photo of your plates.

Is the noPhoto legal?
Yes! Since there is nothing physically covering or obscuring the license plate, the noPhoto does not violate any license plate cover laws. Quite literally, we are using the same light and the same bulbs that red light and speed cameras do. The noPhoto does not cover any state names, and there are no laws in existence regulating how much light is cast onto the license plate.
Presumably it'll be illegal before the first customer has actually received the device.  Via.

And speaking of camouflage, check out the dazzle paint on this new car in China:

2 comments:

  1. That license plate frame would be great if the cameras didn't capture video as well.

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  2. It's pretty common to "disguise" new cars like that during testing.
    Check out some other wild "dazzle paints" http://tinyurl.com/8whht77

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