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February 28, 2021

Did you know that the image intensifier tubes in a night vision imaging system (NVIS) produce a better image of a scene with low light conditions? Like the military’s night-vision equipment, the latest automotive display systems register images based on body heat, producing images that resemble a negative photo. The way night vision works is … Continue reading “The Infrared Science Behind Night Vision Displays”

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February 15, 2021

If you have a low-powered microscope, it does not need any additional light other than the light that comes from your room or open area. Most of the recently available microscopes have a built-in light which is also known as an illuminator. The purpose of this is to ensure you can see the specimen’s internal … Continue reading “Facts About Microscopic Light Getting On A Element”

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January 30, 2021

Did you know that there are different white light bulbs, warm white, soft white, cool white, and daylight light bulbs? In the past, we had incandescent bulbs. We have been using these at our homes; hence we were comfortable with warm-looking lighting. Then came along compact fluorescent bulbs. With these got used to light that … Continue reading “What Are Some Different Types Of White Light Bulbs?”

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January 15, 2021

Did you know that sunlight contains invisible ultraviolet rays that can harm the skin and eyes? Based on studies, it’s known that many people do not know that that the sun’s visible light, which is primarily blue light, can damage our eyes and can cause macular degeneration. What Is The Blue Light We’re Talking About … Continue reading “How Does Blue Light Affect Our Eyes?”

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December 15, 2020

We know that the room’s ambiance heavily depends on the tight you have set up in the location. It can make or break the room’s mood; hence, you must choose the right kind of lighting for your requirement. Warm light will be good when you are relaxing and spending some leisurely time, but cool white … Continue reading “Learn More About Cool White Light Bulbs?”

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November 30, 2020

Yes, you can use an infrared thermometer to measure human-forehead temperature because human body temperature is benchmarked as vital signs. You can measure body temperature at regular intervals to estimate the degree of “sickness” of an individual. Temperature check has been a technique for ages, but its interpretation is still being questioned. How Do You … Continue reading “Can You Use Infrared Thermometer On Humans?”

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November 15, 2020

The light which we can see, visible light, travels almost 186,282 miles per second through space. You can identify visible light because of the cone-shaped cells in your eyes that can sense light wavelengths. Humans cannot see other light types because their wavelength is either too small or too large to be detected by our … Continue reading “Some Facts About Visible Light”

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October 30, 2020

An infrared illuminator or an IR illuminator is a device that transmits light in the infrared spectrum. Infrared light which can also be known as infrared radiation has a longer wavelength than visible light hence it is experienced as heat. When directly viewed, the infrared radiation is not visible to the human eye. But the … Continue reading “What is a Infrared Illuminator?”

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October 15, 2020

You’ve seen it in movies and heard it from everyone, but do you really know is the what the speed of light? What is the speed of light? An astronomer had once determined that light moves at a speed of 301.000 kilometers per second. Earth’s rotation around the Sun was the basis of his calculation. … Continue reading “What is the speed of light?”

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September 30, 2020

Hunting predators at night in the jungle or river is dangerous, along with being adventurous and thrilling. However, it is not possible without the night vision light. The light uses the technology that makes things visible around even in pitch darkness. Gone are the days when only a scene of a bright night was on … Continue reading “How does night vision light work in CCTVs??”

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