So after installing the blinders in my car and having people point out the weak spots I got to thinking:
Laser jammers are essentially just doing their job with a series of infrared LED's that flash on when they detect an incoming laser signal.
The issue that presents itself with 2/4 head laser systems is that you're localizing everything in a little black box that may or may not properly fit your car.
This got me to thinking - couldn't you wire a massive array of your own IR LED's (like these: High Power Infrared LEDs ) and put them where you wanted them?
The reason I thought of this is I was thinking of another forum for Acura's where a guy custom wires "Angel Eyes" and LED strips into factory headlights. Right now we're faced with painting headlights with Veil (which if you like tinted headlights looks great, and otherwise looks like crap and is obviously modified). So why couldn't you buy a bunch of those LED's, custom wire them where you needed (in between grill slats, mesh, inside the actual headlight housing) for maybe $50-100 in radio shack parts plus a couple of hours of time.
Essentially from an IR perspective a 2 head system gives you the equivalent of this:
whereas what we really want is THIS:
It seems like even if you had difficulty properly aligning the LED's, by supplementing an already competant system with a massive # of LED's you could add a lot of power where YOU wanted it. Looking at my own car it seems I could easily fit 20 of those LED's into my license plate frame, fog light surrounds, headlight housings, grille, and maybe even the turn indicators on my side mirrors.
Is their any real reason why something like this wouldn't work? Or is it just too overwhelming of a wiring project for people to consider.
Lets get some discussion going, if we put our minds together we might just be able to figure out the next best thing.