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Wearable thermal imaging is emerging as a powerful and increasingly affordable sensing technology. Current thermal imaging solutions are mostly based on uncooled forward looking infrared (FLIR), which is susceptible to errors resulting from warming of the camera and the device casing it. To mitigate these errors, a blackbody calibration technique where a shutter whose thermal parameters are known is periodically used to calibrate the measurements. This technique, however, is only accurate whendoi:10.1109/percom.2019.8767423 dblp:conf/percom/MalmivirtaHLLPF19 fatcat:dc3mchslxncklkritxty5amze4