Thermal Imaging Scenes with Wide Temperature Differences

Thermal Imaging Scenes with Wide Temperature Differences

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This paper introduces and demonstrates the technique of 'superframing'. The technique of superframing consists of varying the exposure, or integration time of a thermal imaging camera from frame to frame in a cyclic manner and combining the resulting subframes into single superframes with greatly extended temperature ranges, thereby allowing the user to visualize scenes featuring wide temperature differences.

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