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Video: Butterflies & Thermography

Feb 21, 2020 | Branche & Trends, inVISION

Bild: Flir Systems GmbH

Butterflies are just as striking in thermal as they are in the visible light spectrum. Recently, researchers from Columbia Engineering and Harvard University published a study, examining the thermodynamic properties of butterfly wings, and shared remarkable imagery and footage of butterflies in thermal. The video shows more about these amazing insects and their adaptations to temperature, which was measured by a thermography camera.

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