Date of issue: November 2005 FLIR INFRARED CAMERAS JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST BIRD FLU As of 1st November 2005 there had been 120 cases of avian flu in humans in South East Asia leading to 62 deaths.* By comparison SARS has killed around 800 people worldwide but infected more than 8,400. Controlling the spread of this latest threat to human health clearly demands vigilance and as with SARS, infrared thermography is proving to be an excellent non- invasive method of monitoring people. The symptoms of avian flu are similar to those of other types of flu – malaise, sore throat, cough and of course fever. The ability of the FLIR Systems ThermaCAM® infrared cameras to measure differences in the surface temperature of skin as small as 0.08°C, lead to their wide use in controlling the spread of SARS. They became vital monitoring tools for airports, hospitals and public health authorities worldwide.
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The Sonic Body The Sonic Body is a newly commissioned audio-installation that uses interactive technology to create an orchestra of the human body, with sounds recorded from organs, muscles, veins and bones. Developed as a collaboration between four interdisciplinary artists and a heart surgeon, the installation brings together art and medical-science to reveal the un-heard sounds of the body. Exhibition: Blank Gallery, Brighton, 1 – 8 November 2007 The Sonic Body is part of the Brighton Digital Festival 2007.Brighton Digital Festival
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