Using the FLIR ONE thermal camera and our free Vernier Thermal Analysis™ app, students can collect temperature vs. time data for up to four spots or regions, along with a thermal image video.
FLIR ONE for iOS
FLIR ONE uses patented MSX technology for superior image quality. Every time you capture a thermal reading with the FLIR ONE, you are also taking a standard picture. This picture will provide physical detail to the raw thermal reading. FLIR ONE for iOS easily connects to an iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod® touch with a Lightning® connector.
Vernier Thermal Analysis App
Our free Thermal Analysis app allows you to mark up to four locations or regions on the image. In a selected region, you can determine minimum, maximum, or average temperature. Graph temperature data live during an experiment, then export to our Graphical Analysis app for further analysis. Thermal image videos can also be exported to the Photos app.
Non-contact temperature data collection with video can be used to observe temperature changes on the skin, illustrate convection, show heating due to friction, and more. Compare heat conduction in different materials or compare the transparency of materials in infrared vs. visible light. What will you explore?
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