Physics and technology of the science family have immense potential. They can create innovations that are used all across the world. People don’t even realize how closely science and technology are embedded in our lives that if we tried to separate its elements, it is a never-ending topic to discuss.
One of the results of someone’s innovation and passion for science is swir. It is an invisible light that falls approximately around 1400 to 3000 nanometers of wavelength. The full form of swir is short wave infra-red. The swir light is so invisible to the human eye that one requires specially made detectors to spot a swir light. Detectors made of indium gallium arsenide (INGAAS) and mercury Cadmium Telluride (MCT) are the effective detectors.
Applications of swir
However, in current times, it is used prominently for these tasks.
- Imaging: It is used extensively to detect inside the body situation. It can effectively produce images of inside the body. It is like a beam through the skin.
- Vision and security: swir effectively gets a better sight in times of situations where there might be harsh fog or a dusky environment that hampers vision.
The technology behind the invention of swir might have left a large potential where this invention could be used.