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Infrared Burnout

Infrared Burnout

We’ve seen (and smelled) our share of smoked tire rubber over the years, but we’re totally captivated by Engineering Explained’s video of a burnout captured in front of a $40,000 FLIR T1K thermal camera that shows exactly which parts of the tires and brakes get hottest.

The Day Wonderland Stood Still

The Day Wonderland Stood Still

Bruce W. Berry Jr. used a full-spectrum digital camera and a yellow filter in order to capture infrared light. He used his rig to record a barren Philadelphia, creating a time-lapse that’s somewhere between peaceful and eerie.

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VeinViewer Flex

VeinViewer Flex

If you’ve ever had your blood drawn, you know how painful it can be if they can’t find your vein. This ingenious device uses near-infrared light to project an image of your veins on your skin.

SureFire V2 Vampire Flashlight

SureFire V2 Vampire Flashlight
$310  Buy Comment

It fits in the palm of your hand, but the mighty SureFire V2 Vampire can crank out 100 lumens of white light for up to 1.8 hours, and 8 hours of infrared light for your night-vision stealth missions.

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