Hidden Images in Canada’s New Passport Reveal Under UV Light - Parhlo

Hidden Images in Canada’s New Passport Reveal Under UV Light

The new Canadian passport is by far the coolest passport ever.  The new passport was released in the mid of 2013. The pages of the passport are covered in colorful and exciting UV-reactive images that can be seen only under a black-light.

The hidden UV images are smartly incorporated into the parts of each page that are visible under normal lighting. The images complement each other when they are seen under UV (Ultra Violet) light. The images as well as the bio-metric chip placed at the back of the passport are all security measures designed to make sure that forging or duplicating the passport become impossible.

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