use photosensitive in a sentence.
That photosensitive paper that lets you make 'photographs' of objects (like leaves and rocks) was pretty fun.
Could this have a negative side-effect on people with photosensitive epilepsy?
Yes, Silicon sensors are not photosensitive past ~900nm.
Another difference is the human eye's retina is built the wrong way around with respect to nerves - light has to go through the nerve layer and capillaries to reach the photosensitive cells.
I mentioned in another post that I tend to work in very dimly lit spaces due to painfully photosensitive eyes.
I've been subscribed to his youtube channel for a while () and it's very entertaining to see some of his projects come up, decontextualised: electric stimulation to people's faces (usually his own), drawing on photosensitive liquids with a laser, recreating a photograph using a sheet of cardboard and a nailgun.
A side note on that: There are people from non-profit photosensitive epilepsy foundations that scour the net for that kind of stuff.
Another warning, for photosensitive epileptics: there are rapidly flashing lights in that demo.
Years ago I came across an article proposing that the eye first originated as a photosensitive cell in the mass of the brain.
As another commenter stated, bicycle lights flash at the wrong frequency to trigger photosensitive epilepsy.