The Flouke Infrared Thermometer Zaps the Stats of Any Subject

 - Oct 31, 2011
References: industrialdesignserved
Contact is no longer necessary to learn the temperature of an object, for the Flouke Infrared Thermometer concept boasts the ability to measure using a laser. Looking at this gadget, you might hardly guess its function, given that measuring devices of its type typically take a couple of recognizably iconic forms.

This David Semrád invention is smooth and snakelike, affording the user an ergonomic grip as he points it at his target. Resembling a remote control, the contraption comprises a head with a laser pinhole above an ocular infrared sensor which gathers input from the subject's thermal radiation. A detailed digital display screen provides data regarding the value of the findings in degrees celsius or fahrenheit. A large yellow button on top of the Flouke Infrared Thermometer can simply be depressed when a reading is desired.