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Learning From Each Other

One of my Thermal Resolutions for 2011 was as follows:
“I’ve learned nearly all I know about thermography from others and have, honestly, barely scratched the surface, so I resolve to learn more from my professional colleagues.”

I was fortunate to visit the home of Sir William Herschel in the Fall of 2010. Here I am [...]

Accurate but not Exact

As we inevitably move into winter here in Vermont, talk often turns to the weather, and in particular, the temperature. We all live with some unrealistic illusions about temperature. For instance, people can be tricked into thinking they are comfortable simply by adjusting a thermometer to show a slightly higher temperature, and in fact they [...]

Winter Arrives

I captured this photograph last week at sunrise showing that winter has come to the small town of Montpelier, Vermont where I live. The golden dome of our statehouse can be seen in the lower right against a backdrop of the Green Mountains.

Here in Vermont, as well as in much of the rest of [...]

Predicting the IR Market

One year ago I made some predictions about where I thought the market might be headed (click here to read full post). It is useful, I think, to see how today’s reality compares with yesterday’s dreams.

• A $1,000 imager

We are close, but thankfully not yet there. Sales of lower-cost systems continue to grow. This has [...]