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Infered Camera

Science project April 2010
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Chloe Redstone

on 3 June 2010

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Transcript of Infered Camera

What wavelengths does it admit?
1 mm- 750 nm Frequency:
.003 - 4 x 1014 Hz
Quantum Energies:
0.0012 - 1.65 eV Range Adjacent to visible spectrum is called "near infrared" Longer wavelength called
"far infrared" The wavelengths are used to turn the wavelengths into color for the visible eye to see. The waves travel as transverse because it isn't using sound [ Wavelength ] This topic is beneficial to learn about because it helps us understand what has to happen to turn unseen light to a visual image. If you learn about it, you will have a better time with it. The infrared camera registers light waves that our human eye cant see. Professions that use infrared technology are NASA, paranormal investigators, contractors, and home inspectors to see if there are any heat penetrating through the walls. By Chloe Redstone
April 2010 Normal: With infrared: Infrared cameras show the thermal energy of object(s) that they are giving off.
http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/image_galleries/ir_zoo/lessons/background.html Interesting fact:
Our skin sends off infrered light. Thats why we can be seen at night by someone looking through night vision goggles. Infrared Camera Conclusion:
Infrared camera's are used to turn thermal energy that we can't see into colors that we can see.
Many professions use infrared to make their job easier.

Work cited:
http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/image_galleries/ir_zoo/lessions/background.html
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/ems3.html
http://www.globalspec.com/reference/2488/How-Do-Thermal-Imaging-Infrared-Cameras-Work
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infrared Spectrum has no clear boundaries of when a color ends and were another starts. Violet: 380-450nm
Blue: 450-495nm
Green: 495-570nm
Yellow: 570-590nm
Orange: 590-620nm
Red: 620-750nm
(nanometers)
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