In public functions and events, people capture photos and videos from their smartphones. Filming videos are prohibited in certain events, and the event organizers place warning messages about this. But nobody cares those warning messages and capture the footage. In a few days, everything is going to be changed.
Apple applied for a patent in 2009 for its phone camera which can be work in accordance with the infrared signals.
Once the live event is started one device will be placed at the stage itself, and it emits infrared data. Cameras equipped in the iPhone can detect those signals, decode them and act per the instructions those signals carry.
By this technology, if the stage performance is confidential or prohibited recording the same message will be carried over to the phone cameras of the audiences attended to those events. The cameras automatically display “Recording disabled” message on the screen.
The latest technology will create waves in the event industry. Only those channels who has exclusive coverage rights can able to shoot every aspect of the event.