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I am starting my EE on Physics about Infrared. My question is: "To what extent can infrared be used to map out an area?" I was wondering if this would be too specific/broad. For the experiment, I was thinking of creating a small model area. There will be multiple objects made of different materials and some will be at a slight angle.I was thinking of then using an infrared distance gauge or thermometer to "scan" the area and see if there are any distinct measurements that change in a way that I could map the area out. Does this seem plausible or would be too simple/complex? Thanks.

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