- How does a thermal camera work?
thermal cameras can see through smoke and many other obstructions to detect heat sources to help firefighters and police rescue victims.
- Fire detection camera
according to optic express, italian experts have invented a full-image camera to overcome the weakness that makes traditional cameras blind when looking at red fire.
- Solution for camera phones to see through the night
to see through the night, instead of the ever-cumbersome and expensive infrared glasses, researchers at mit have a much more compact solution that can only need their camera. phone only.
- Kind of camera scanning the blood stains at the crime scene
us scientists have developed a camera that can scan the scene of a crime to find bloodshed.
- Infrared lamps both warm and cure
consumers can often only imagine infrared lights used at physiotherapy centers or medical clinics with burgundy light illuminating ...
- Wifi infrared transmits 112 GB per second
infrared emitters can transfer data up to 300 times faster than current systems, reuters reported on aug. 14.
- The face of human obsession through infrared photography
infrared rays are a kind of invisible light with the human eye. infrared photography is a technique that captures through a filter plate to receive infrared wavelengths and create other colors for the image.
- Performing fireworks in the Helix Nebula
a new photo, taken with an infrared camera
on the subaru telescope in hawaii, shows tens of thousands of comets shaped like comets inside the helix nebula that had never been known before.
- Invisible under infrared detector
infrared sensors help us to detect people in the dark because of their heat radiation. but if there is a kind of jacket that heats up, then humans can be completely invisible to infrared lenses.
- Is face unlocking harmful to eyes?
face id, iris scanner and some other face and iris recognition technologies are using infrared to shine directly into users' eyes.
- Look through the night with cheap infrared glasses
driving a car in the rainy night is very difficult because of limited visibility, difficult to detect animals or obstacles ahead.
- The 200-gauge radar camera technology is as small as a fingernail
singapore's ntu technology allows the camera to reduce its size by up to 100 times.
- Scientists Develop Flexible Camera
the flexible camera can wrap around the subject to help capture the special angles that the current camera can not do.
- This lensless camera is the future of photography
researchers from the university of utah have found a very effective way to take photos and videos without the need for an indispensable component.
- Car Accident Prevention Device
the in-vehicle installation system will alert you by identifying the driver's body language and traffic conditions.
- Camera based on insect eyes
inspired by the eye of insects, us scientists have said they have made digital dome cameras, with unusually wide angles and sharp images.
- Camera captures the smell
with a new camera, your favorite fragrances will be captured and stored forever, from the smell of food, floral scents, freshly cut grass scents or the smell of the sea.
- New infrared device makes it easier to detect veins
australian scientists have unveiled a new handheld device that utilizes near-infrared radiation technology to help identify patients' veins easily.
- Bubble camera
the 'balloon' camera can help firefighters or fast-response team members like swat take full advantage of the scene they are approaching, to eliminate the risk of direct confrontation.
- See the world through infrared filters
the most characteristic effect of infrared filters is to make the leaves become bright white, while the sky and many other objects become abnormally dark.
- The camera can look bent over the corner of the wall
to do that, the camera must use a number of dedicated lenses and devices, which are not available in the mass market.
- New images from the galaxy include 1 billion stars
new photographs, introduced march 28, include infrared images of the galaxy taken from surveying the sky from two different telescopes, the first being the infrared telescope of he is located in hawaii and the second is the vista telescope located in chile.
- Students make intelligent infrared drying system
the group of students of ho chi minh city university of technical education successfully created intelligent infrared drying system to dry agricultural products and apply them to food processing factories and enterprises.
- Producing electrical energy from infrared Earth
in the future, earth's infrared energy may become a renewable energy source.
- Revealing the world's fastest camera shooting ... 10,000 billion frames per second
super camera is named t - cup. its shooting speed is so fast that it can record light movement.
- Future camera sensors will not need lenses
the future of camera technology will no longer depend on mechanical components such as motors, gears or lenses.
- Poland: Developed a super-X-ray camera
according to the polish news agency (pap), the camera is fitted with an x-ray detection system capable of counting single photons and capturing up to 20,000 frames per second.
- Millennium Camera: camera exposed for 1,000 years to record climate change
not only is a technology effort, these cameras, if possible, will help future generations understand the impact of climate change on us.
- Future energy source from infrared rays
while using plates that absorb sunlight to convert them into energy, researchers at the idaho national laboratory have experimented with a new way of collecting: using infrared to obtain unprecedented high energy energy.
- Blincam - A small camera attached to the glass, taking pictures by a blink
blincam is a compact camera that attaches to the glasses, allowing users to take photos with a single blink.