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X Ray Camera on OnePlus 8 Pro ?

There's been a lot of buzz regarding a particular type of filter which when used can see through some objects and it was none other than the flagship One Plus 8 Pro. Check out the video below which proves the same :
Credits : Unbox Therapy Youtube Channel
As it turns out it's not exactly "X Ray" Cameras that the Oneplus 8 Pro loads , but commonly used infra red sensors. There's a new IR Filter option in the Camera App of One Plus 8 Pro that turns on this feature/fault. If you do have a OnePlus 8 Pro, try the "Coloration" Filter and point the camera towards any plastic object like in the video.  With most smartphones packing 4-6 cameras on a single chassis , one of the module is prominently used for depth sensing. The IR (Infra Red) camera sensor is precisely used for the same. This feature though looks cool and right out of a scifi movie does raise questions of Privacy. Sony had faced the flak for similar feature in the 1990's in a Camcorder (Feels like ages doesn't it ? )Now, this X Ray Vision is not only limited to OnePlus 8 Pro, all phones that house this IR camera sensor module for "Depth Sensing" would in fact be able to see through certain objects. While the commercial IR cameras are used for heat/temperature sensing , they do Not pose any privacy concerns as they just show the Heat Map of the body and not the actual internals. These are being used in the modern days to scan people in public for the CoronaVirus symptoms.

Do you think features like this X Ray Vision would cause issues to the already under scrutiny OnePlus ? Let us know in the comments!
Here's a video from the Retro Times of a Sony Camcorder for which Sony had to retract the IR Filter  :
Credits: youtube- scannerguy1968

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