This is a software modification for my freshly released thermal camera project. It’s an alternative PyBadge sketch that configures the camera to launch into a fever sensing mode, while preserving all the original camera functions. It consists of two files. One is the alternate source code for the PyBadge using Arduino programming and the Arcada library, the other is a header file containing sound data. Here’s the modded PyBadge code.
Disclaimer: Disciple says “I am not a healthcare professional, and my project is not an approved medical device. I am a hobbyist with a sketch that might prove useful, based on Adafruit’s MLX90640 Breakout, a low-cost radiant temperature sensor. The camera is only as accurate as its sensor, but if that’s adequate for someone’s purpose, I offer this code to make it easier to use.”
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