Max Ritter has pointed us to his latest project, the DIY-Thermocam, a open source thermal imager based on FLIR thermal sensor. The results are awesome!
The device is based on the popular FLIR Lepton thermal sensor and uses a Teensy 3.2 mikrocontroller to display live thermal images on a nice 3.2 inch touch screen.
The aim of the project is to give private persons, educational institutes and small companies access to a low-cost thermographic plattform. Offered as a selfy-assembly kit, the DIY-Thermocam is easy to build and use, you just need a basic soldering iron and some tools everyone has at home. The whole firmware is published on Github, so everyone can contribute their own ideas to the software development.
DIY-Thermocam – an open-source, do-it-yourself thermographic camera – [Link]