AutoTemp Machine

Kochi student with his machine 'AutoTemp' / Photo: ANI News

B.Tech student invented camera integrated thermal: Kerala

An engineering student has invented a thermal scanning machine, which is integrated with a camera. The machine 'AutoTemp camera integration' as it is called, produces infrared light to scan a person's body temperature. 'AutoTemp' aims at minimizing the human contact in hospitals. The machine in accordance with the temperature also leaves a message saying 'you are fine' and 'see a doctor'. 

 

Mon, 22 Jun 2020 - 05:13 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

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