iPhone Case Uses Heat Sensors To Create Night Vision Lens [CES 2014]

iPhone Case Uses Heat Sensors To Create Night Vision Lens [CES 2014]
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The Flir One lets users map their environment using temperature.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 9 january 2014

Another nifty item being demoed at CES 2014 is the Flir One, a personal thermal imaging device that is fitted into an iPhone like a protective case.

The case fits onto the iPhone 5 or 5S and allows users to view their surroundings as a live thermal image right on their screen. It allows users to see the heat signatures of people, animals, and other heat sources like furnace ducts from up to a hundred meters away. The Flir One also lets users see small differences in temperature.

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