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Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby Oheso on Sun Feb 21, 2016 11:51 pm

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Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby Oheso on Mon Feb 22, 2016 12:05 am

sorry for the huge file, this is my shelter kitty Gracie, back-lit, 14 yrs of age.
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Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby Linda Anderson on Mon Feb 22, 2016 5:11 am

Thanks... welcome, new kitties and Gracie. Love seeing you!
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Melon flowers bloomed.
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Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby partofit22 on Mon Feb 22, 2016 6:26 pm

fukasetsu wrote:Wow, Theresa. Even your cats are turtles. :lol2:


I didn't notice that! :) Thank you-
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Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby desert_woodworker on Sun Apr 10, 2016 3:39 am

I have one of the small handheld thermal-InfraRed cameras, and have taken some images of cats.

The camera responds to infrared "light" in the 7.5 - 13.5 micron wavelength range. Room-temperature objects emit most strongly at about 9.5 microns, so this is a good camera for, e.g., imaging people and warm-blooded animals (and finding them in total darkness).

In the image, the false-color palette encodes brightness of infrared light, and temperature of the object (subject).

Below is a photo of my Turkish Angora cat. He has a bright area under his chin at his right side where his fur was shaved to treat an abscess he developed after a bite-wound from a new cat I have. In other areas, fur blocks some of his IR radiation.

But see his dark nose! (dark means "cold", and/or "wet", at these wavelengths). A healthy cat! ;)

--Joe

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Re: Cat Thread -- Dedicated to One Half of Our Tradition

Postby fukasetsu on Sun Apr 10, 2016 5:07 pm

That's pretty awesome, Joe. :)
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