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No. Below is the reason: Thermal imaging is a technology that allows us to see and measure the heat emitted by an object or a living organism. This technology is based on the principle that all objects emit infrared radiation, which is invisible to the naked eye but can be detected by a thermal camera.
Thermal imaging cameras work by detecting the infrared radiation emitted by objects and converting it into an image that we can see. The cameras use a special lens to focus the infrared radiation onto a detector array, which is made up of thousands of tiny sensors. Each sensor measures the temperature of the object it is looking at and generates a pixel in the image based on that temperature.
The resulting image shows different colors or shades of gray, depending on the temperature of each pixel. Warmer objects appear as brighter colors, while cooler objects appear as darker colors. This allows us to see the temperature differences between different parts of an object or living organism. To learn more about how thermal imaging cameras work, click here.