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    juan

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    Dear all,
    Is there any way to change emissivity rate on the SDK. To put it on 0,98 (for human skin). I cannot find the way to do it via the SDK.
    Thank you!

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    Gavin

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    Hi Juan,

    We’re currently looking into your inquiry and will get back to you in 2-3 days.

    Best,
    Gavin
    FLIR Community Support

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    juan

    Participant

    Thank you Gavin. Looking forward!

    #12080

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    Michael

    Participant

    Hi Juan,

    I know unproductive it is waiting for responses from FLIR support, so I thought I would quickly help out with this:

    Do this:

    ImageParameters params = thermalImage.getImageParameters();
    params.setEmissivity(0.98);

    Before getting the image:

    JavaImageBuffer thermalImageBuffer = thermalImage.getImage();

    However, you should know the accuracy of the FLIR ONE is not suitable for body temperature readings and it is prohibited by the SDK licence agreement.

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