Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Infrared: CRT Television Viewed

CRT TV through an IR Camera
Not to spoil it for you, but this isn't the most interesting video in my library. And before I spoil it, you should know that the hot spots on the left and top are a power bar and cable box, respectively. It's actually a power block plugged into a power bar.
CRT Television Set
Okay, this is a cathode ray tube (CRT) television being turned on. It's nearly a decade old and still works aside from a dimmer picture and maybe an overly active red electron gun -- the picture's really red for some reason. Just like an LCD TV, the screen isn't visible. The camera's temperature range is set too wide to see any subtle changes in temperature after the TV is turned on too -- it's initially off. Also, that cable box was "off" for about an hour before being filmed. Probably should look into getting rid of this TV since it's been around for so long.

Reminder: Temperatures are not accurate.

Body Heat and an Infrared Camera
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