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This technology, called functional near-infrared spectroscopy, is the same that allows pulse oximeters to measure oxygen levels in the blood.

The operator gets a real-time view of what Spot sees and hears through its onboard sensors, which include an infrared camera.

Wi-Charge’s PowerPuck system employs infrared beams that can power low-draw devices from up to 30 feet away without the power level dropping as you move further away.

We suggest reaching for a ceramic, porcelain, or infrared dryer, which will gently dry your hair without sucking up healthy moisture.

He and his team are now looking at another type of light called the cosmic infrared background.

Therefore, it is not possible for any F-35 schedule to include a video data link  or infrared pointer at this point.

Some pilots consider the infrared marker to be crucial to the close air-support mission to support ground troops.

Infrared light does not have a color which means it cannot be seen by the human eye.

Unlike humans, it can watch for days, even years, watch an entire city, zoom in close, use heat sensors and infrared.

Helicopters equipped with infrared equipment flew over the area.

It was an air-view of the city of Zurb—taken, the high priest explained, by infrared light from an airboat over the city at night.

It boils liquid metal and cooks out energy from the infrared right through to hard radiation.

Anyone leaving their Buggy would interrupt an infrared beam and stop the ride system.

The film registers whatever the infrared searchlight illuminates.

Thanks to the goggles, both of them could see the normally invisible beams of the infrared flashlight.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to infrared, such as: cardinal, coral, crimson, flaming, glowing, and maroon.

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