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Courtney Beall
Worked at Eaton Corporation
Attended Case Western Reserve University
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Hema Imaging is going to CES to talk about our new imaging product, the HemaVision. Come check out our launch page and rate us!
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Hi, my name is Erik Beall and I'm the developer of the Hema-Imager, an affordable thermal imager with a hacker special pledge level for a UART or SPI output module that you can tie into the Raspberry Pi. Or pledge for a WiFi-enabled module that you can use either with your Pi or your smartphone.
The Hema-Imager is an affordable thermal imager that pairs with your smart device to help you diagnose common household problems
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The Premise. The ability to sense heat visually is a technology that has existed for some time but not in the consumer space. With the number of applications that thermal vision has professionally and in the home, now there's a device to meet those needs. The Product. Working with any Bluetooth- ...
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Thermal imaging is not only fun, it's actually quite useful. Funny story: When my daughter was potty training, she had an accident somewhere in the living room. After we cleaned her up, we had to find where she was when it happened. Erik used the Hema-Imager to find the stain...the spot turned blue because it got cold.
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Thermal imaging is not only fun, it's actually quite useful. Funny story: When my daughter was potty training, she had an accident somewhere in the living room. After we cleaned her up, we had to find where she was when it happened. Erik used the thermal imager to find the stain...the spot turned blue because it got cold. :)
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Check out Erik's live Q&A on Reddit. Join in and ask Erik anything about his experiences in science, programming, neuroscience and fMRI, thermal imaging product development (Hema-Imager), and his entrepreneurial journey! http://redd.it/2erlao
Hi Reddit! I'm Erik Beall and I’m a scientist and electronics maker. I have a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, a PhD in particle physics, and I've spen...
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Hi, my name is Erik Beall and I'm the developer of the Hema-Imager, an affordable thermal imager with a hacker special pledge level for a UART or SPI output module that you can tie into the Raspberry Pi. Or pledge for a WiFi-enabled module that you can use either with your Pi or your smartphone.
The Hema-Imager is an affordable thermal imager that pairs with your smart device to help you diagnose common household problems
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We have raised nearly $150,000 on Kickstarter, but only have one day left! We are offering an SPI/UART output thermal imager module as a Raspberry Pi add-on, to be used either stand-alone or in combination with the optical Raspberry Pi camera module. Please check out the Hema-Imager before our campaign ends.
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People often think a brand is nothing more than a logo, but in truth, it's the experiences a customer, employee or investor has with that company.
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Thermal imaging is not only fun, it's actually quite useful. Funny story: When my daughter was potty training, she had an accident somewhere in the living room. After we cleaned her up, we had to find where she was when it happened. Erik used the Hema-Imager to find the stain...the spot turned blue because it got cold. Problem solved!

<iframe width="480" height="360" src="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1075169276/hemaimager-accessible-thermal-imaging-for-smart-de/widget/video.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"> </iframe>
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Thermal imaging is not only fun, it's actually quite useful. Funny story: When my daughter was potty training, she had an accident somewhere in the living room. After we cleaned her up, we had to find where she was when it happened. Erik used the thermal imager to find the stain...the spot turned blue because it got cold. :)
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We now have 500 backers for the Hema-Imager on Kickstarter! http://kck.st/1khuUB6
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Check out Erik's live Q&A on Reddit. Join in and ask Erik anything about his experiences in science, programming, neuroscience and fMRI, thermal imaging product development (Hema-Imager on Kickstarter), and his entrepreneurial journey! http://lnkd.in/d5DHhAR
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    2009
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