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Offline alexwhittemore

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Re: Freeware Software for Thermal Analysis: Thermovision_JoeC
« Reply #300 on: June 15, 2020, 05:19:13 pm »
I think I already know the answer, but just to be certain - this app doesn't have any out of the box support for a Lepton sensor connected via PureThermal 1 or 2 breakout, right? It's throwing me off that there are a bunch of references to "webcam" throughout the interface, as if maybe a UVC device WOULD be supported.

EDIT: For that matter, I don't see the HTI-301 explicitly supported, but it it compatible with the TE-Q1? I see the latest ask of that question was November but I'm not sure when TE-Q1 support was added.
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Offline joe-c

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Re: Freeware Software for Thermal Analysis: Thermovision_JoeC
« Reply #301 on: June 20, 2020, 09:44:40 pm »

yes, the HIT-301 and also PureThermal cameras are not supported...

the reason is simple, i have no camera of this type to play with.

Its possible to write a driver dll for any type of camera, using the Seek Thermal example from here:

a driver dll with the same signature will work with this APP.

If the PureThermal deliver a regular UVC device, it can be displayed in the APP, but currently there is no transformation from "images with pixel colors" to "images from temperatures".

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