Yes! It's great for demoing stuff. I drop a 2 Kg steel ball onto the floor, you can see the impact heat. Use it to show transmission, Thermal IR won't go through glass but does go through a black bin bag. Stir hot water into cold water to show mixing. A blue Bunsen flame is good, rub different materials to show friction. Look at a loud speaker diaphragm, it heats up where it flexes. Heating a resistance wire. Place a hand on the back of a black card to show conduction. Hot water in a cup to show heating. As you can tell, I'm a bit of a fan! Ours, by the way is an Optris PI, it's quite an old model and gets into arguments with IT's upgrades ( who doesn't?) I know Flir are pretty good and certainly cheaper.Hi!
Does anyone use a thermal imaging camera? We are looking for one that can be connected to the computer and show the live images. Thank you.