Infrared Thermography is the technique for producing a visible image of invisible (to our eyes) infrared energy emitted by objects. The higher the temperature the more energy emitted. The typical infrared thermography camera resembles a standard camcorder and produces a live TV image of heat radiation. The camera provides a basic grey scale image, which is converted to false color images to make interpretation of thermal patterns easier. An infrared camera will also measure the temperatures of the target object. The thermal image produced by an infrared camera is called a Thermogram.