The $7,500 Thermal Imaging Camera from Fluke combines "both a visible light digital image with an infrared one, producing a single view that lets you get an immediate visual temperature may of whatever you aim it at." It was designed primarily for an industrial work environment, and if it was priced $7,400 cheaper I'd consider getting one. But not because I work in a factory, because I don't. No, I've heard these things are great for ghost hunting. It's a fact that ghosts are colder than the air surrounding them and try to grope me in my sleep.
Another picture of some guy (which may or may not be Mike Rowe, the object of my nonsexual man-crush) using the thing, after the jump.
handheld thermal imager: how cool is that? [technabob]
The Pentaminx is basically a Rubik's Cube on steroids. But not the oral ones -- I'm talking the kind you have to shoot into your buttcheeks.
While the original design was created by Andrew Cormier, the completed Petaminx puzzle you see above was cast and hand-assembled by J... / Continue →
The brainiacs at MIT have gone and created a 'sixth sense' device, which is basically a smart phone/camera/projector combo small enough to be worn on your face like my fist. KA-POW! Also, it does stuff, and won't leave you bruised.
The device...can turn any surface into a to... / Continue →
Adobe recently displayed a camera lens they've developed that's capable of taking 19 different depth of field pictures with a single snap. Then, using their custom software they showed how you can manipulate a picture's focus and potentially bring objects at farther focal leng... / Continue →