As of August 30, 2018, I have added 17 experiments in physical sciences that people can do with thermal vision in SmartIR. These experiments, ranging from heat transfer to physical chemistry, are based on my own work in the field of infrared imaging in the past eight years and are all very easy to do (to the point that I call them "kitchen science"). I now finally have a way to deliver these experiments through a powerful app. Figure 1 shows the list of these experiments in SmartIR. Users can click each card to open the corresponding instructional unit (which is a sequence of steps that guide users through the selected set of experiments).
These instructional features will be further enhanced in the future. For instance, users will be able to insert a thermal image into a container, or even create a slide show, in an HTML page to document a finding. At the end, they will be able to use SmartIR to automatically generate a lab report.
These new features, along with what I have built in the past few weeks, mark the milestone of Version 0.0.2 of SmartIR (i.e., only 2% of the work has been done towards maturity). The following video offers a sneak peek of this humble version.