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Lock Down? Time for DIY

Lock Down? Time for DIY

A thermal camera in your hand could be the most efficient way to spend your time during the pandemic. Think about it. While you could choose to wait it out and tackle all the hobbies you can take on, getting your house in order this time around offers tons of benefits - largely unprecedented we dare say. And there may never be a better opportunity to get it done than these days. For starters, you have all the time in the world. All the time that could fly out the window unproductive. Dr. Anthony Fauci, America’s National Doctor, believes it...

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How to Cut Costs for Heating Bills this Winter

How to Cut Costs for Heating Bills this Winter

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Ghost Hunting with a Thermal Camera

Ghost Hunting with a Thermal Camera

A thermal camera is perfectly poised to validate your quest for the paranormal. And there may not be a most opportune to grab one than this Halloween 2020. While the land is besieged by an invisible enemy in the coronavirus, thousands of Americans have suffered fatal complications, dying needlessly in the process. In short, an army of neglected souls could be roaming the land crying out for help, and wanting to communicate with the living. At the other end of the spectrum, thousands more of Americans living would want to put closure to these untimely deaths - and connect a...

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What Temperature is Considered a Fever?

What Temperature is Considered a Fever?

What Temperature is Considered a Fever? A body temperature of 38°C (100.4°F) and above is considered a fever. While there many explanations as to why a person could be experiencing a high temperate, such as physical activity, menstrual cycle or just walking in the sun for too long. Its best for the individual to rest in a cool environment for 10-20 minutes before taking their temperature again if they feel fine and do not have any other symptoms. Does a Fever Mean You Have COVID-19? No, having a fever does not mean you have COVID-19, only a medical test or approved test...

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Can Thermal Cameras Detect Fever?

Can Thermal Cameras Detect Fever?

Can Thermal Cameras Detect Fever? No, thermal cameras cannot detect what medical experts would define as a fever in an individual. What they can do is measure the skin temperature of any individual and in line with medical diagnoses, should it be above certain temperatures then there is a high chance the individual has a fever.   How Does A Thermal Camera Detect Skin Temperature? By capturing the infrared radiation emitted from human skin a thermal imaging device can calculate the temperature from level of emission. It also converts the radiation into visible images that we can interpret by using...

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