1. Viewing a city block in infrared


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    I took this thermal infrared video while driving around the block. See us at Advanced Infrared www.advanced-ir.com Music: Let Me Go by STEEP (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/STEEP/netBloc_Vol_05_The_threat_at_Goliaths_feet/Let_Me_Go)

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    • Infratech Infrared Electric Heaters Made in the USA


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      With more than 50 years of industry experience, Infratech sets the industry standard for American manufactured, infrared heating systems. We offer products for various applications from comfort heat, automotive curing and industrial heat applications. From our state-of-the-art Southern California factory, we create our high quality heaters and use the latest in manufacturing technologies to offer the most efficient infrared systems at the lowest cost in the industry. Infratech provides the design, engineering, controls and infrared equipment that your home or business requires. Our heaters fit seamlessly in the finest hotels and restaurant, as well as private residents. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.infratech-usa.com/ Or call: 1(800) 421-9455

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      • How to Replace An Infratech Heating Element - SL-Series


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        Slimline heater’s sleek design virtually disappears into surrounding décor, and is capable of withstanding years of outdoor use. Slimline heaters are ideal for surface mount applications up to ten feet, and feature a T-slot for flexible mounting options using the included brackets. Available in 1,600, 2,400, 3,000 and 4,000-watt models. In this video, we will show you how to easily replace your heating element for your Infratech SL-Series heater. Tools Required: -Philips head Screwdriver -11/32" Nut Driver -Replacement Heating Element. Please visit our website: http://www.infratech-usa.com/ Or call: 1(800) 421-9455

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        • How to Flush Mount an Infratech W-Series WD-Series Heater


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          Our flush mounting option has long been a favorite among the interior designers and architects who develop today’s most sought-after commercial and residential properties. A flush mounted Infratech heater can provide warmth without disrupting the décor of the space – the flush mount frame can be installed with the edges exposed, or can be covered by a drywall, plaster, stucco, or tongue-in-groove wood ceiling treatment. It is also easy to install and operate. In this video, we will show you the process for flush mount installation. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.infratech-usa.com/ Or call: 1(800) 421-9455

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          • How to Replace an Infratech Heating Element - W and WD-Series


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            Infratech’s classic W-Series heaters are ideal for most basic residential or commercial installations, ranging from 1500 to 4000 watts and 120 to 480 volt capacities. The dual element WD-Series provides more heat for large scale coverage needs, ranging from 3,000 to 6,000 watts and 208 to 480 volt capacities. In this video, we’ll show you how to easily replace your heating element for your Infratech W-Series or WD-Series heaters. Tools Required: -Philips head Screwdriver -11/32" Nut Driver -Replacement Heating Element. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.infratech-usa.com/ Or call: 1(800) 421-9455

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            • Dream Grammar


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              DREAM GRAMMAR Music video The American desert seen from above: only a few shades of brown, grey and red. A place where hundreds of atomic bombs have been triggered for research purposes. Unusable barren land, stones and boulders, as far as the eye can see. And suddenly, as if they were signals from a distant space station, from other planets, there they are, the lights of Las Vegas – the city a biotope kept alive within a hostile environment: an aquarium. Stepping into this enormous aquarium you are caught by a maelstrom, you are confronted with a world where everything is beautiful, lucent, but only superficially so; where everything is cheap and still money is in the focus of this world. The builders of Las Vegas sure understood the grammatical system of manufacturing dreams. In this overdimensioned aquarium, objects move about like driftwood, apparently without any purpose or direction. There is no need to distinguish between reality and projection. The game of deception mingling reality, reflection and projection creates a state of semi-sleep between hallucination and triviality. The video presents a sequence of shots, without camera motion or zoom. They are exclusively night shots realized with a camera modified so as to record the infrared spectrum. By reversing the images into the negative the darkness of the night is turned into a bright world of glass. Layers, will o’the wisps, reflections, light images, shadows, light effects, meaning, meaninglessness interact. And also the Las Vegas soundscape – the eternal plashing of US pop music, voices and engines – is reversed into ist contrary: an abstract electronic sound world, drones, fragments of melodies fading in the distance, minimal like clusters – all these sounds convert the noisy, sparkling world of Las Vegas into an unworldly scenery lost in revery. Musicians: Werner Cee, e-ch’in, Eivind Aarset: e-guitar.

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              • Acroma - Trailer (experimental infrared short film)


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                Shot on ARRI Alexa B&W IR & RED Epic IR ------------------------- https://www.facebook.com/acroma.film ------------------------- Acroma is an experimental infrared shortfilm, shot in black and white, in which two antithetic worlds converge - order and chaos, routine and impermanence. Working in an obscure steel factory, surrounded by the noise of heavy hammering machines, a man finds himself trapped in between these worlds. ------------------------- Cast: Michael Helten & Jana Skolovski ------------------------- Directed by: Hans Fischer Cinematography by: Daniel Erpilev Music by: Martin Fischer 1AC: Johannes Schmidt & Christian Scheunert Production Manager: Anke Kahle Set Manager: Robert Jenne Set Assistant: Jannik Bartsch Driver: Dominik Strobel Editor: Marco Rottig Color Correction: Mathias Lilie Digital Retouch: Georg Jenne Sound Design: Steffen Flach Typography: Simon Mager Editing Trailer: Hans Fischer Produced by Loift.Films ------------------------- Produced by Loift.Films.2015

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                • Quick comparison testing with Wishbone


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                  A quick comparison using Wishbone and a much bigger non-contact infrared thermometer. We got same results. Thanks to Maggie to be in our video again.

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                  • The Journey (2009)


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                    In the middle of the desert, on the hottest day in a hundred years, three stranded travelers deal with survival when all that was important is now meaningless. The journey is more important than the destination. The journey is the destination. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1377177/combined

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                    • A Staten Island Moment


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                      Infrared Time Lapse: Vincent Verdi, Director of Photography Music : "Prelude No. 13" by Chris Zabriskie (http://chriszabriskie.com)

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