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Vernier Launches New Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE iOS App

Vernier Software & Technology has developed a new free app to allow students to study thermal energy concepts by analyzing images and video captured with the FLIR ONE™ Thermal Camera for iOS.
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Vernier Software & Technology has developed a new free app to allow students to study thermal energy concepts by analyzing images and video captured with the FLIR ONE™ Thermal Camera for iOS. Using the Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE™ app, which is available for download in the App Store, as well as new investigations created by Vernier, students can measure temperature changes on the skin, illustrate convection, track heating due to friction, compare heat conduction in different materials, analyze the transparency of materials in infrared versus visible light, and more. 

Using the camera and Vernier’s new app, students can mark up to four locations or regions on the image to determine the minimum, maximum, or average temperature; graph live temperature data during an experiment; capture temperature data for everything in the video frame, thus providing the ability to analyze any object at any time; and, export thermal image videos to the Photos app or to Vernier’s Graphical Analysis app for further analysis. 

To learn more about the Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE app and the accompanying investigations, visit www.vernier.com/thermal-analysis.

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