I am new here and I don't know if I have chosen right stackexchange but anyway.
I am making a little toy, just for educational purpose. I would like to understand how light strike works. It is a gun which lights some light, sensor somehow detects it and count the points.
I am wondering because it works even in day light.
It is similar to Laser Tag, which I understand, because you must be in dark place and you "shoot" laser beams. But how come that Light Strike doesn't shoot direct light. Is it some radio wave?
Even if you can't answer the question, don't you have any advice how to shoot something what can be received by some sensor?