The DIY-Thermocam is a do-it-yourself infrared camera, based on the FLIR Lepton long-wave infrared sensor and the popular Teensy 3.6.

Update #2: Firmware 2.48 is now out and supports the updated ArduCAM-M-2MP Plus camera Update #1: Patrik Thürlemann has created a nice 3D printed enclosure for the radiometric version of the device, check it out here. The DIY-Thermoca

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