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Unique identifier in thermal images- Need ideas amarlady 11/7/2011
I am studying grouped house animals and want to be able to pick out the same individual from one thermogram to another and at different times using thermal video. The animals will be housed at 74 F and their body temperature is typically warmer than this, but may change through time. This is what I am studying. I am thinking of metal bands w/ low emissivity with a number on the band that has a high emissivity. Has anyone done this? Or done something else to create a unique identifier in a thermogram?
 
Re:Unique identifier in thermal images- Need ideas IRsloopyeah 11/29/2011
What I usually do when I have a high emmitted object and want to ge a temp reading from that object, I just use Black Electrical ruber tape. You can us this to make numbers and tape it to the metal bands. Or you can get a high acrylic paint and paint numbers with stencil templets on the bands! Acrylic paint is ruber based paint!
 
Re:Unique identifier in thermal images- Need ideas IRsloopyeah 11/29/2011
Or you can use something that has high reflectivity like tin foil and tape it to collars.
 
Re:Unique identifier in thermal images- Need ideas IRsloopyeah 11/29/2011
I ment to say "LOW EMMITTED OBJECTS"?!! sorry
 


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