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Preeya Dharshini
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if you don’t​ mind can you tell me in which way you had been verified?

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Anand Krrish
"i really want my bloody imagination turned into reality" (Project Leader)
 · ThrissurIndia
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can you ask you something…
on which terms u should know about verfication?
on terms of safety of IR led used?
Only thing to worry about is radiation of sensors used,but we are not using any kind of radiation emiting things! The Snapglass is totally userfriendly if used proper sensors!
According to scientic research i have done,
Human eye damage is much more acute from Ultraviolet (UV) and short-wavelength Blue-light exposure, excessive exposure to Near-Infrared (NIR, ~700nm to 1400nm wavelength) can cause damage to the cornea and the retina. Most Near-IR LEDs used in consumer products produce very
low levels of NIR radiation and pose no threat to the human
eye. I can give you more information if you needed about safety.

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Anand Krrish
"i really want my bloody imagination turned into reality" (Project Leader)
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can you ask you something…
on which terms u should know about verfication?
on terms of safety of IR led used?
Only thing to worry about is radiation of sensors used,but we are not using any kind of radiation emiting things! The Snapglass is totally userfriendly if used proper sensors!
According to scientic research i have done,
Human eye damage is much more acute from Ultraviolet (UV) and short-wavelength Blue-light exposure, excessive exposure to Near-Infrared (NIR, ~700nm to 1400nm wavelength) can cause damage to the cornea and the retina. Most Near-IR LEDs used in consumer products produce very
low levels of NIR radiation and pose no threat to the human
eye. I can give you more information if you needed about safety.

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Anand Krrish
"i really want my bloody imagination turned into reality" (Project Leader)
 · ThrissurIndia
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can you ask you something…
on which terms u should know about verfication?
on terms of safety of IR led used?
Only thing to worry about is radiation of sensors used,but we are not using any kind of radiation emiting things! The Snapglass is totally userfriendly if used proper sensors!
According to scientic research i have done,
Human eye damage is much more acute from Ultraviolet (UV) and short-wavelength Blue-light exposure, excessive exposure to Near-Infrared (NIR, ~700nm to 1400nm wavelength) can cause damage to the cornea and the retina. Most Near-IR LEDs used in consumer products produce very
low levels of NIR radiation and pose no threat to the human
eye. I can give you more information if you needed about safety.

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Preeya Dharshini
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 · MaduraiIndia
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no its fine thank you

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