White Hot: Measuring Color Temperature

Using an Arduino Mega Centuries before the science of color temperature was understood blacksmiths already knew how to read the temperature of a heated piece of metal by its color emissions. In this article Jeff discusses the math and science behind color temperature. He then details his project that uses a color-light-to-digital sensor to measure 8230.

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