A) Top and side view of 0.8-mm thick 67-poly(S-r-CPD) polymer sheet. B) 3D-printed protective casing for FLIR camera. The 67-poly(S-r-CPD) polymer sheet was used to conceal and protect the front of the FLIR camera. C) Visible image of canine taken with FLIR E6 camera in household lighting. D) LWIR image of canine taken with no polymer sheet. E) Long-wave infrared image of canine taken through 0.8-mm thick 67-poly(S-r-CPD) polymer sheet in household lighting. F) Visible image of chickens taken in low light at night. G) LWIR image of chickens taken in low light at night with no polymer sheet. H) Long-wave infrared image of chickens taken through 0.8-mm thick 67-poly(S-r-CPD) polymer sheet in low light at night. All LWIR images were taken with a FLIR E6 thermal camera over a wavelength range of 7.5–13 µm. Credit: Advanced Optical Materials (2023). DOI: 10.1002/adom.202300058

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