Difference between revisions of "Thermographic Vision Module"
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Nito-Kodak's Thermographic Vision Module, when installed and activated on a cybernetic eye, interprets the infra-red range of colours and translates it to colours of the human-eye range. Also known as heat imaging, this translation allows the user to see heat emitted by surfaces, objects and people.
However, the image lacks detail definition as it focus on temperature differences and only contours can be seen.