Everyone knows the best ghost hunting happens in the dark, but IR and UV lighting required in previous technology overflooded areas with light, illuminating dust, moisture, insects, and other objects or particles that could be confused as apparitions. Until now, capturing spine-tingling photos or videos in total darkness was impossible. However, the night vision capabilities of the Aurora night vision camera from SiOnyx can detect and capture unexplained phenomena even under extreme low light conditions.
SiOnyx started its life as a forward-thinking semiconductor company. Then, SiOnyx went on to start a night vision revolution by inventing the first-of-its-kind sensor chip. Now, they're making an actual camera product called Aurora, and building an exciting community at Kickstarter. The Aurora camera is the world’s first waterproof, high definition, color action-camera with true day and night imaging. It’s time to get yours, and meet the other aficionados of the great outdoors who are taking their nighttime experiences further with this exciting technology.
For outdoor sporting enthusiasts, the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. In fact, for many boaters, hunters, and fishermen, nighttime is the right time for adventuring. "Boaters often navigate low light and/or night scenarios, while hunters spend hours hiking in the most remote of locations, staging for and stalking their prey,” explains Stephen Saylor of SiOnyx. “Finding navigation marks in these adverse conditions is a daunting exercise without some form of vision assistance.”