Commit a95f5fe7 authored by Zach Fredin's avatar Zach Fredin

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# Public Health Instrumentation
A collection of open instruments to help the pandemic recovery effort, supplementing widespread biological testing with widespread early warning systems. Examples include thermal monitoring for temperature sensing, IR/vis pulse oximetry, RF respiration sensing, PPE airflow validation, etc.
A collection of open instruments to help the pandemic recovery effort, supplementing biological testing with widespread early warning systems.
## explorations
[pulse oximetry](pulseox.md)
[pulse oximetry](pulseox.md)
[infrared temperature measurement](irtemp.md)
[airflow validation](airflowvalidation.md)
[respiration sensing](respirationsensing.md)
## Airflow Validation
### References
### Operational Theory
### Practical Considerations
## Infrared Temperature Monitoring
Infrared (IR) temperature monitoring is a common non-contact measurement technique used in a variety of industries and settings. IR temperature instruments span a range from cheap handheld point sensors to sophisticated microbolometer arrays that can resolve thermal images. In all cases, the technology relies on measuring the intensity of infrared light and correlating that value to the [blackbody radiation](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black-body_radiation) curve with an assumed [emissivity](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emissivity).
### References
### Operational Theory
### Practical Considerations
## Respiration Sensing
### References
### Operational Theory
### Practical Considerations
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