Food pictures taken with thermal camera

Posted to Data Art  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Thermal cameras, which use infrared to detect heat, provide images of temperature. Firefighters can use them to find people in smokey rooms, law enforcement can use them for surveillance, and technicians can use them to detect power faults. Brea Souders used one to take pictures of everyday foods. [via kottke]

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