And we're back!
We are going to be writing everyday on the best products and thermal imaging applications out in the market today. Thermal and Infrared is going to be big - we're going to tell you about it!
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Thursday, March 27, 2008
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
If you are interested in thermal products offered by Sierra Pacific Innovations, contact a team member today by calling 702-369-3966
You may also visit www.thermal-binoculars.com for more information on their products
Monday, March 17, 2008
Night vision cameras and binoculars are also available from Sierra Pacific Innovations.
Tomorrow we will discuss thermal binoculars and where to find them.
Thanks everyone, and happy St. Patricks day!
Friday, March 14, 2008
LOOK NO FURTHER. ThermalCameraTips.com is here! This site is everything thermal. They have the latest eBay auctions for thermal cameras, all the links and information about infrared cameras. They even have books feed by amazon related to thermal.
It's a great site, and very easy to navigate. Check them out.
Thanks, and have a good weekend everyone!
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Wow. We have never seen so many thermal binoculars offered under one roof. Thermal binocular and infrared binoculars are primarily used for the military and government, but are also available to the average civilian in the united states. Although expensive, these binoculars are quite impressive. They can be used during the day and at night.
This site also has many night vision monoculars and binoculars for sale.
Check them out here!
Thursday, March 06, 2008
Thursday, October 05, 2006
|Cool short MTV infrared camera video featuring thermal infrared imaging systems that are used for surveillance purposes by military and law enforcment agencies. Includes thermal pan tilt, infrared cameras and thermal weapon sight footage.|
|Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Test at Nevada test site dry lake bed. Shows night vision and thermal imaging from a predator style UAV platform. Includes ground crew footage.|
Monday, July 10, 2006
OMG (Oh My Goodness) I can't believe this thing. This Raz-IR thermal camera looks just like a flip open type cell phone and is not much bigger. This is the type of camera I have been waiting for. I think they have crammed almost every feature you could think of into this camera and still kept it amazingly small.
I recently got to play with this little guy for awhile thanks to the Infrared Camera Superstore and I must say that I was impressed. The camera takes both visible and thermal images and stores them together. You can even put a voice comment (something I don't really use) with the images. The software automatically opens all the images and the voice comment together. Very cool for a low cost camera.
Here are some images I took with the camera
Let me know what you think. Has anyone else had a chance to use this camera? I will be posting more on this device shortly. Maybe I can sneak in some sexy thermal girl images with my new infrared spy camera....JK...Let me know what you want to see in thermal infrared.
Monday, August 01, 2005
Thermal imagers represent the true nature of things. Since they show you what everything looks like based on what is actually being emitted from the object rather than what is being reflected off of the object. For an in depth discussion of how thermal imagers work check out the previous post "How Thermal Infrared Camera Technology Works".
We thought about this and realized that we take for grnated what we have come to see in thermal image form through our infrared cameras. We would like to share with everyone the true nature of things. In this spirit we invite everyone to post comments to this blog requesting thermal images of common items. Whatever it is that you want to see let us know and we will post a stunning infrared image of it on this blog. Be carefull what you wish for the truth might shock you.
Here are some goodies to get you started.
Machine gun (Tommy Gun) automatic firing.
Human hand circulatory issues
A crock pot
Microscopic thermal image of a US Quarter
Circuit board PCB Thermal Image
Veins in human arm thermography
Requested BY Readers
Well we knew that this would be a request so here it is the first request for thermal pictures of womens body parts (breasts). These images actually have diagnostic signifigance. Thermal Infrared Breast thermography has been show to be an acurate tool in finding breast cancer early.Thermal Breast Image requested by M. Mouz
An image of vascular blood flow is above for anonymous (you can also see veins in the breast image).
Here is an energy audit image of a house. Note the areas around windows showing thermal differences.
This close up image shows a clearly defined area of heat loss.
Thermal image of a thermal camera. As requested by Da' Joind.
Post a comment and we will respond immediately!
Wednesday, May 25, 2005
The red areas indicate excessive heat loss in these areas.
Thermal infrared image of block wall construction shows reinforcing rod and voids in cement fills.
Infrared moisture detection image shows an area of damage. The image on the right is with a regular camera and the image on the left is with the thermal camera. Note that with the infrared camera you can see evidence of water damage as well as studs in the ceiling behind the drywall.
This is a black hot thermal image of a human deep in thought. The palette on this image is reversed so that white is cool and black is hot. Take a look at the area of the eye at the point that it intersects the nose, this is usually the hottest area on the external surface of a human. Generally, this area will measure 92-95 degrees F.
Tuesday, June 29, 2004
- The history and development of thermal imaging in the military.
- The history and development of infrared camera systems for industrial thermography.
- Night Vision Technologies (past and present).
- Hands on test drive of every thermal infrared camera and night vision device ever made (a huge undertaking that will be ongoing and include detailed reviews).
- First person reviews of the latest emerging technologies.
- Personal anecdotes and unique insights from real world in the field usage.
We encourage you to respond to anything on this site. Together we can make this one of the more interesting destinations on the web!