Seeing Heat

Understanding heat phenomena through infrared thermal imaging.
(Coming soon!)

We are working on a project that intuitively explains various heat phenomena through interactive images and high-res videos captured with state-of-the-art thermal imaging cameras. More information coming soon!


Art of Thermal imaging

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 Sacred Lotus is one of only a few plants that can generate heat and regulate their temperature.

Sacred Lotus is one of only a few plants that can generate heat and regulate their temperature.

 A balloon which is opaque in the visible light becomes transparent in thermal imaging.

A balloon which is opaque in the visible light becomes transparent in thermal imaging.

 Under the sun and in a pond, the water is cooler than the rock and the aquatic plant is cooler than the water.

Under the sun and in a pond, the water is cooler than the rock and the aquatic plant is cooler than the water.

 Comparison of fluorescent and incandescent light bulbs, both in the visible light and by using infrared thermal imaging.

Comparison of fluorescent and incandescent light bulbs, both in the visible light and by using infrared thermal imaging.


Preview Videos

The above preview video includes 8 beautiful heat phenomena: 1. computer heat generation (00:07); 2. boiling water (00:15); 3. water convection (00:20); 4. oil heating (00:29); 5. ice floating in water (00:34); 6. comparing the thermal conductivity of a glass stick and a copper wire (00:45); 7. oil cooling (00:50); 8. exothermic reaction between sodium with water (00:55).