Thermal Camera

Thermal Camera Live

Snap effect to simulate a thermal camera

Description

You've probably heard that there are special thermal cameras for measuring the human body's temperature in real-time.

To be more precise, this particular device allows you to monitor the investigated surface's temperature distribution. The temperature distribution is displayed as a color picture, where different temperatures correspond to different colors.
A thermal imager allows you to indirectly judge an object's temperature by its electromagnetic emission in a specific range of the infrared spectrum.

What if we say that you can try using a camera like this right now with this Snapchat filter from Joshua Keeney?

This is quite real! By activating the AR lens, you will see how your body changes color from neon green to red, bright blue, and yellow. It doesn't look standard, as a real image from a thermal imager.

Try this effect and find out what color you are radiating today.

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How to Use it

If you are using Catchar from the laptop or desktop, you have to click on the "UNLOCK THIS AR LENS" button. Then, a QR code will open and you can scan it by pointing your smartphone at the screen. Note that the newest OS phone versions allow scanning QR codes with default camera. Once you scan it, the Snapchat app will open with an unlocked AR effect. You need to have the Snapchat app installed.

If you are using a smartphone, you have to click on the "UNLOCK THIS AR LENS" button and then you will be automatically redirected to Snapchat website with unlocked AR effect. You need to have the Snapchat app installed.

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