Thermal imaging technique can be universally applied for all kind of objects , irresssssssrpective of their composition, surface smoothness and so on.
@prabhakar, I agree with you that thermal imagiing technique can be universally applied for all kind of objects but what if the temperature of the surface is varying ? Will it identify any change in temperature as touch ?
@Daniel, thanks for the post. I just watched the video and I really liked the concept of using heat generated by touch to know if the object surface is touched or not. I am curious to know if the same concept works for hot objects where the surface temperature is already high ?
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