Thermographic IR at the "Summer of Slither"

The Academy of Sciences is opening the "Summer of Slither: Snakes and Lizards" exhibit to the public for the rest of the summer. In addition to having live animals and other artifacts on display, I've designed an interactive, thermographic IR camera display helping visitors understand some snakes' "heat sensing" vision. More features and interactivity will be added later.

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