Thursday, August 14, 2014

IR: Laptop On a Chair

Laptop on a Chair
Laptop Heat Output

A laptop on a chair. Tada... The chair was black fabric and the laptop was a couple year old, 14" computer that still worked pretty well. It was probably around 25 C in the room and the laptop had been sitting on the chair for a good ten minutes. I don't usually put it there because a hunk of flesh is occupying that location in space and time. And it's probably not a good idea to put a laptop on top of a fabric, mushy chair due to heat issues.

The point of this one is just to show a laptop blowing hot air against the backrest of the chair. And it's a different angle from the other laptop video I shot previously. Don't remember if I got rid of that one or not. And the vent is on the left side of the laptop near the back. Most of the body inside of the computer once the lid is flipped open is black, not shiny plastic.

Reminder: Temperatures are not accurate.

Body Heat and an Infrared Camera
Boiling Water on the Stove
Cooking Scrambled Eggs
Cooking with a Microwave Oven
Vacuuming a Carpet

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