thermal radiation

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thermal radiation

1. The heat and light produced by a nuclear explosion.
2. (DOD only) Electromagnetic radiations emitted from a heat or light source as a consequence of its temperature; it consists essentially of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared radiations.
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In the photos above, the top row are images of feature one at visible, infrared and thermal light.
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RedShift will use the funding to complete development of its Thermal Light Valve(TM) -based camera platform, which is designed to be the lowest-cost and easiest-to-integrate thermal imaging solution for OEMs.
RedShift's new solid-state, optical thermal imaging solutions, based on the Thermal Light Valve(TM) technology, are creating new users that couldn't take advantage of thermal imaging previously," said Jennifer Richardson, Vice President, Engineering, RedShift Systems.
RedShift contributes its optical thermal imaging-based Thermal Light Valve(TM) (TLV) technology and Imagize capitalizes on its unique technology which intelligently fuses thermal and visible imagery on a pixel by pixel basis in a small size, low power and light weight package.