Recently a report surfaced on the internet that shocked all people. According to this, A student at the Chandigarh university’s women’s dorm is accused of filming about sixty of her fellow students while they bathed in a bidet and then posting the footage on an adult website. A student from the University of Chandigarh was accused of leaking a video showing female students taking a shower. These instances are very common at Hotel rooms, washrooms and various other places. Here are 5 ways to identify a hidden place.
Using Flash Light: One of the easiest ways is by using the Torch of your phone. As if the camera is in place then it will reflect to the flashlight. Turn off the lights and turn on your smartphone flashlight to scan the place. If you spot a reflection, you can dig deep and check for a hidden camera.
Care full Investigation: With the advent of Technology. There are various simple ways to hide the camera in various small things like Smoke electrical outlets, tissue boxes, wall sockets, desk plants, and air filter equipment. Therefore care full investigation especially at hotel rooms because it has various such items is important.
Switch off the lights: Cameras have red or green LEDs lights but you can not able to spot it with the light on. When in low-light conditions, the LEDs around the camera lens will turn on automatically to supplement the lighting for the cameras to produce clear night vision images. Draw the curtains in your room, and turn off the lights. Check whether there are blinking red or green LEDs in your room.
App: One of the easiest ways is the camera is to Install a "detect hidden cameras" app on mobile phones. The detector software will display a red glow when your smartphone approaches a hidden camera. Please note that it will also glow when near other types of hardware with radio frequency.
Mirror: In changing room there are two side mirrors in which what you do in the front side is visible to another side. One can also install a hidden spy camera on the other side of a mirror that is see-through, while the other side looks the same as a normal mirror. There's a useful tip you can use to detect such two-way mirrors in fitting rooms, toilets, bathrooms, etc. Put your fingernail on the mirror and Observe the gap between your finger and the mirror. If there's a gap between your finger and the image, it's a real mirror. If your finger and the image touch tip to tip, there is something wrong.