Open-source thermal imaging for the rest of us

The DIY-Thermocam V3 is a low-cost, do-it-yourself thermal imager, based on the popular radiometric FLIR Lepton long-wave-infrared array sensor.

The aim of this project is to give private persons, educational institutes and companies access to a portable, affordable and customizable thermal imaging platform that is based on open-source software and hardware.

There are various applications like finding heat leaks in the insulation of buildings, the analysis of electrical or mechanical components, the detection of persons / animals or even mounting it on a drone and recording continuous or time-lapse images.

Constructed as a self-assembly solution, the device allows you to take advantage of the versatile possibilities of thermal imaging. Both the software and hardware are open-source, allowing you to modify or extend the functionalities of the device and the software ecosystem to your own needs!

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