"A heat source, an essence of humanity"--thermal images from COVID-19
June 30, 2020 1:50 PM   Subscribe

Antoine d'Agata has been using a thermal imaging camera to document people, in isolation and interacting, during the pandemic in France, with eerie and striking results. More images at his Instagram.
posted by Kat Allison (4 comments total) 14 users marked this as a favorite
haunting. Thank you.
posted by KleenexMakesaVeryGoodHat at 5:26 PM on June 30

So Antoine is a Predator? Just asking for a friend. :)
posted by Splunge at 6:16 PM on June 30

Thank you, Splunge, I think these are fantastic and otherworldly but I can’t look at them without hearing that SCHPLONGGGGGGGG noise, and I don’t want to be alone
posted by q*ben at 7:05 PM on June 30

The street image of the socially distanced queue/line is probably one that could only have come out of 2020.

(There is of course, a much larger cadre of people who are using hawking thermal imaging as a detection tool for Covid-19 - mostly people who and technologies who it would be wise not to trust very much.)
posted by rongorongo at 11:20 PM on June 30 [2 favorites]

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