How to use a motion detector camera for the ghost detector online

A camera that allows you to see invisible ghostly shapes and other unusual events has been developed for the search for ghosts.

The invention, which is a collaboration between the University of California at Santa Cruz and the U.S. National Science Foundation, allows the camera to detect the motion of objects, such as the ghostly figure on a computer monitor.

It can also detect whether or not an object is moving.

It uses a combination of infrared spectroscopy, high-resolution X-ray spectroscopes and optical fiber optics to capture the motion.

The team at the Santa Cruz, California, university has made the invention available for free online, the same way it does for other ghost detection devices.

The research is described in a paper published this month in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The device is a low-cost version of the device developed at the University, which costs about $10,000.

It is made of a small, light-emitting diode (LED) that has a single white LED, called a ghost.

The ghost emits light that bounces off objects to create a color image.

It’s a fairly simple device, but the team believes it could be used for a range of applications.

For example, the device could be a portable infrared detector, allowing people to quickly and easily look for ghosts on a nearby wall.

The device could also be used to detect a car’s speed when the driver is out of control, or detect when a house has been moved.