Tag Archive: imaging


FLIR One Pro preview: An Android-powered thermal imaging camera made for professionals

If you require thermal imaging to get the job done, the FLIR One Pro is one of the best solutions for doing so with your smartphone.

Contractors, road warriors, electricians, plumbers — whatever your occupation is, if it’s dealing with scalding hot things or even temperate metal, chances are you’ll get plenty of use from a little plug-in thermal imaging camera like the FLIR One Pro.

This is the professional version of the FLIR One, one of  [Read More…]

Understanding how thermal imaging tech apps work

Thermal imaging improves human visibility of the ‘invisible’. Put simply, a thermal imaging device can see what our naked eyes cannot see. Human visibility is restricted to the visible spectrum of light on the electromagnetic spectrum. This is a small component of the entire spectrum. Thermal imaging – infrared – notices heat signatures of objects, […]

Imaging the Google Pixel 2

Google’s Pixels phones have proved to be extremely popular with Android fans. And despite Google having a hard time coping with demand and a variety of issues plaguing the devices, consumers seem to be quite invested in the phones. Google’s Pixels are by no means perfect, so the search titan has plenty of room for

Caterpillar S60 – Built In Thermal Imaging Powered by FLIR (preview)

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Have you ever wanted a phone that could transform into a bulldozer? Neither have I, but here’s something just as cool!

The Cat S60 is a new phone by Caterpillar that features not only impressive specs, but also integrated thermal imaging. That’s right; thermal imaging. Now you can play Mobile Strike and see in the dark!

Let’s talk about specs. Although this phone is not geared towards the average joe on the street, the S60 is pretty  [Read More…]

Google gives non-profits real-time satellite imaging data for free

Google acquired satellite startup Skybox earlier this year, and now the search giant has announced the Skybox for Good program, through which Google will provide non-profit organizations and projects access to real-time satellite imagery.