Not long ago we reviewed the Seek Thermal infrared camera, an accessory for your iOS device that allows you to "see the unseen" via heat signatures. Now we've put together a video of the Seek Thermal so you can see it (and its companion app) in action and learn what they're all about. Take a look!
New Apple Watch info has been making the rounds recently, but this week was more about the cool and creative things going on in the world of Apple: turning your iPhone into an infrared camera, seeing an iPhone launched into space, and conceptual renders of a Mac that blends modern and classic sensibilities. We guess strapping iPhones to every part of your body is creative, too, but not in a good way.
Remember at the end of the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Predator when viewers learned that the alien saw everything not through the normal visual spectrum, but through thermal imagery? Such technology was practically the stuff of science fiction back when that film came out, but now, thanks to your iOS device and the Seek Thermal camera, infrared vision is within reach of the everyday consumer.
Apple announced that three million new iPads found a home over the launch weekend, so there’s no denying that it’s one of the company’s hottest products to date. But did you know that it might actually be literally hotter -- as in, 10 degrees warmer than the iPad 2?